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FOREWORD 



Our aim has been to edit an annual which will 
serve a twofold purpose: — first, to present to the 
public, as accurately as possible, a complete pic- 
ture of student life at North Georgia College; 
second, to provide for the students a permanent 
record of their days in school. The question of 
whether or not we have been successful in our 
endeavors can best be answered by the readers 
of this annual. We hope you will gain, upon 
reading this annual, the impression that we have 
accomplished our objective. 

— The Editors. 



Table of Contents 



Dedication Page 



Hell's Angels Page 6 



Gold Star Section -Page 7 

Faculty Page 29 



Classes Page 35 



Military -Page 65 



Who's Who . Page 81 



Campus Beauties Page 83 



Organizations 



Page 87 



Sports Page 123 



The Campus 



Acknowledgment 



Page 133 
Page 137 








DEDICATION 



To the boys and girls of America who fought in World War II goes a large 
part of the credit for winning the conflict; however, not all of the sacrifices were 
made l>y these people. One important factor has been omitted. 

The mothers of those who so valiantly fought deserve their part of the praise 
and honor. Theirs was no easy lot, for it was they who fought the emotional 
battle, and carried on bravely under the stress resulting from knowledge of the 
fact that their loved ones stood in danger of losing their lives. 

Some of these fears soon became realities, for, with the passage of time, 
casualty lists began to come in. The following pages are testimony that North 
Georgia College was not unaffected by the advent of war. 

With these thoughts in mind. we. the Cyclops Staff, hereby dedicate the 
Gold Star Edition of the Cyclops to the mothers of those who gave the Supreme 
Sacrifice, that America might remain free from the dangers she faced in the 
last war. 




MRS. GUY FITTS 

I >AHLONEGA, < iEORGIA 



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HELL'S 








ANGELS 



Ralph M. Jones 
Squadron Leader 



May, 1949, will mark the seventh anniversary of the formation of the first squadron in the entire Southeast to 
be filled at one college. It was in the spring of 1942 that a group of students from North Georgia College, 
thirty-one, to be exact, enlisted in the United States Naval Air Corps. This group enlisted as a squadron. 
They chose as their squadron name "Hell's Angels." They were to remain together all through their part in the 
war. Vacancies, if any, were to be filled from their school. And there were vacancies; even the squadron leader, 
Ralph Jones, lost his life. 

But what they stood for lives on. North Georgia College is proud of her valiant former students; Georgia is 
proud of her worthy citizens. 

Listed below, together with their home towns, are the men who made up the original Hell's Angels Squadron: 



Tommy Barksdale Conyers 

Douglas Buckelew ... Jonesboro 

Will Burch Eastman 

Robert Bush .... Camilla 

Jack Chapman . . . Augusta 

Billy Colly Elberton 

Charles Copeland . Atlanta 

James Duncan Quitman 

Tom East LaGrange 

James Faircloth Ashburn 

Earl Fletcher Moultrie 

Glenn Gassaway ... Jefferson 

Ben Grimes Gainesville 

William Harding Dahlonega 

John Harris . . 

Fred Woodward . . 



Eldred Hudson ... . . Eatonton 

Robert Humphrey, Jr. Swainsboro 

*Ralph Jones . Griffin 

Rex Lipham . . . LaGrange 

*Bill Lipscomb . Gainesville 

W. A. Mathews ... Buford 

John Mauthe .... ... Marietta 

Dan McManus . . . . Macon 

Arvis Moore . . Smyrna 

Larry Peppers, Jr. .... Loganville 

*Clarence Rosser Herndon 

*Guy Stone Glenwood 

Wesley Studdard Atlanta 

Jimmy Wilson ... Chatsworth 

Sidney Wilson Clarkston 

Cedartown 



*Lost in action. 



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GOLD STAR SECTION 



We have tried to obtain a picture of every former student of North 
Georgia College who lost his, or her, life in World War II. Through the 
capable assistance of Mrs. Will D. Young, Alumni Secretary, our en- 
deavors have been largely successful and the pictures of those veterans 
which we were able to obtain are presented in the following pages. This 
is our way of saying "Thank you" to those boys and girls who asked for 
no thanks when they went into the service of their country, facing the 
realization that there was a possibility of losing their lives. 

However, it was impossible to contact the parents of every Gold Star 
Student. For that reason, our group of photographs is not complete. 
Listed below are the Gold Star Veterans whose pictures could not be ob- 
tained. This list is by no means complete. 



Adams, Robert E Atlanta, Georgia 

Beckham, Earl R ...Dublin, Georgia 

Billy, Edward C Irwin, Penn. 

Connell, Alden Jamie ___ . ..Nashville, Georgia 

Crapps, Perry Lewis Harlem, Georgia 

Davis, James Porter ...Washington, D. C. 

Dunning, Charles R. Valdosta, Georgia 

Dyar, James LeGrand ...Carnesvillc, Georgia 

Forbes, Walter B Griffin, Georgia 

Gaddess, John B _ Decatur, Georgia 

Haft, Jerome L.._. Jamaica, N. Y. 

Hammond, George Willis Newnan, Georgia 

Hardin, Elgin Dalton, Georgia 

H umber, Charles I..... Eatonton, Georgia 

Kendall, William P. Valdosta, Georgia 

League, Fred Howard Gainesville, ( leorgia 

Lindsey, Waldo Wayne ......Irwinton, Georgia 

Pendergrass, Alva Nathaniel ... ... Griffiin, Georgia 

Senk, Daniel H. Beaver Falls, Penn. 

Smith, Thomas Rooks Thomasville, Georgia 

Stalhvorth, Roscoe S.. Macon. Georgia 

Stoddard, Joe Kansas City, Mo. 

Timmons, John E Chicago, 111. 

Tindol, Eugene , ..Dublin, ( }eorgia 




Capt. Robert D. Calhoun 

Army Quartermaster Corp* 

Vidalia, Louisiana 

Captain Calhoun was a former member of the 
North Georgia College faculty. He taught 
English here from 1939 to 1941." After entering 
the Army he served in the European-African- 
Middle Eastern Theaters. Captain Calhoun re- 
ceived the Bronze Star for participation in the 
Southern France Campaign. He lost his life at 
Nancy, France, on February 28. 1945. 





2nd Lt. Neal Brantley Adams 
Army Air < 'orps 
Sanford, Florida 

Brantley attended North Georgia College in 1938. 
He lost his life while serving with the Army Air 
('orps in Aleutian Islands. September, 1943. 



1st Lt, Robert T. Adams 
Army Air < 'or/is 
Dublin, Georgia 

Robert attended North Georgia College in 1939 
and 1940. While serving with the Army Air 
Corps, Lieutenant Adams was awarded the Pur- 
ple Heart, Air Medal (with clusters), and Silver 
Star. He lost his life September 12, 1944, over 
Bavaria, < lermany. 




Pit. Homer R. Baeton 

Army 

Etydal, Georgia 

Ralph attended North Georgia College in 1942 
and 1943. He was a member of the Y.M.C.A. 
and was in "B" Company. 

While serving with the Army he was awarded 
the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, Euro- 
pean, African, and Middle Eastern Theater 
Medal with one Silver Star for Ardennes, Central 
Europe, Normandy, Northern France, and River- 
land Campaigns. He also received the Distin- 
guished Unit Badge, World War II Victory 
Medal, and the Belgian Fourragere. He was lost 
in Germany April 16, 1945. 




Sot. Paul Bass 

Marine < 'orps 

Quitman, Georgia 

Paul attended North Georgia College in 1941 
and 1942. While at NGC he was a member of 
Rifle Team, Boxing Team, and ( >fncers' ( Hub. He 
graduated from North Georgia College with the 
rank of Second Lieutenant. He lost his life May 
21, 1944, at Pearl Harbor. 




S Sot. Robert Bateman 

Army 

Macon, ( leorgia 

Roberl attended North Georgia College in 
1941 and 1942. While attending North Georgia 
College he was a member of the Y.M.C.A., Rex 
Fraternity, and Sergeants' Club. He lost his life 
while serving in the European Theater of Opera- 
tions in Kanden, Germany, on March 11. 1945. 




S Sot. William lti ssel Boling 
Army Air < 'orps 
( Janton, < leorgia 

William attended North (leorgia College in 
1940 and 1941. While attending North Georgia 
College he was a member of the Y.M.C.A. and 
Company "1 )". Sgt. Boling was awarded the t >ak 
Leaf Cluster and Purple Heart while serving 
with the Army Air Corps. He was losl over < ler- 
nianv. November (>, 1944. 





Kirk max 1 c Julian Calloway Booth 

Coast Guard 

Rayle, Georgia 

Julian attended North Georgia College in 1937 
and 1938. Fireman Booth enlisted in the service 
November 3, 1941, and served in the North At- 
lantic Theater. He was lost January 29, 1942. 
oft' the Coast of Iceland. Julian was awarded 
posthumously the Purple Heart, Good Conducl 
Medal, American Defense Service Medal, World 
War II Victory Medal, European-African-Mid- 
dle Eastern Campaign Medals. 



T/5 David Eugene Boyer 

Tenth Armored Division, Third Army 

Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania 

David attended North Georgia College in 1944 
as a part of the Army Specialized Training Pro- 
gram. He had previously graduated from Penn. 
State in 1943. T/5 Boyer was killed at Crails- 
heim, Germany, April 9, 1945. His body was 
returned to the United States and buried in 
Mifflinburg Cemetery, August 7, 1948. 




2nd Lt. Paris Duane Bray 

Army Air Corps 
< 'anon, Georgia 

Duane attended North Georgia College during 
1938 and 1939. While attending North Georgia 
College he was a member of the Rex Fraternity. 
He later attended the University of Georgia, and 
was graduated from that school with the Degree 
of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. At Geor- 
gia he was active in several clubs, including 
the Cat'tan Club, Agricultural Club, and the 
Saddle and Sirloin Club. He was lost July 8, 
1944, in Sanford, England. 





Pfc. Emerson Callaway 

Marine Corps 
Inman, Georgia 

Emerson attended North Georgia College in 
1942. He served in the Pacific Theater in World 
War II. He received the Purple Heart and Vic- 
tory Medal posthumously after his death on 
Pelieu Island, September 16, 1944. 




Maj. Nicholas Drewry Carpenter 

Third Armored Division 

Elberton, ( Seorgia 

Nicholas attended North Georgia College in 
1931, 1932, and 1933. While at N. G. C. he was 
a member of the Rex Fraternity. He served with 
the Third Armored Division and was awarded 

tin' Infantry Badge, Presidential Citation, and 
Purple Heart. Major Carpenter lost his life 
August 14, 1944, in France 




Capt. Carl Franklin Chapman, Jr. 

Air Cor/is 

Macon, ( reorgia 

Carl attended North Georgia College in 1940 and 
1941. He served in the European Theater where 
he received the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf 
Clusters. He lost his life on February 23, 1945, 
in Erkland, Germany. 




Pvt. Clifford Cook 

Arm u 
Morganton, ( Jeorgia 

Clifford attended North Georgia College in 1942 
and 1943. While at N. G. C. he was a member 
of the Y. M.C.A. Private Cook served with 
the Army in the European Theater, where he 
was lost January 3, 1945, in Belgium. 





2nd Lt. James F. Corley 
Air Corps 
Zebulon, Georgia 

Lieutenant Corky was lost September 3, 1943. 
in Southern Italy. He had attended North Geor- 
gia College during 1934-1935. Decorations re- 
ceived were the Purple Heart and Presidential 
Unit Citation. 




( !ol. William W. ( !ornog 

A rmy 

Lavonia, Georgia 

Colonel Cornog attended North Geprgia College 
in 1918, 1919^ 1920. While serving with the 
Infantry he was awarded the Legion of .Merit. 
Silver Star. Purple Heart, and Order of the 
British Empire. He lust his life August 10, 1944, 
in France. 




Capt. Sam A. Dance 

Army Air Corps 

Eatonton, Georgia 

Sam attended North Georgia College in 1935 
and 1936. While attending North Georgia Col- 
lege he was a member of Rex Fraternity, "D" 
Company, Rifle Team, and Sgts. Club. 

While serving with the Army Air Corps lie 
received the distinguished Air Medal and Purple 
Heart. He lost his life on December 8, 1944. 
in Hongkong, China. 




Lt. Ted D. DeWeese 

Arm*/ An- t 'orps 
( 'leveland, Tennessee 

Ted attended North Georgia College in 1936-38. 
While attending North Georgia College lie was 
a member of Rex Fraternity ami Varsity Bas- 
ketball Team. 

He lost his life on December 13. 1940, while 
serving with the Army Air Corps at Kelley Field, 
Texas. 




Lt. Richard Cooper Dodson 
Army An- ( 'orps 
Monroe, < Seorgia 

Richard attended North Georgia College in 
1938-40. While attending North Georgia College 
he was a member of Sigma Theta Fraternity. 

While serving with the Air Corps lie was 
awarded the Purple Heart. He lost his life on 
October 10, 1943, in Minister, Germany . 




Ens. Sherman F. Dixon 

Navy 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Sherman attended North Georgia College in 
1936-38. While .serving with the Navy lie was 
awarded the American Defense and Good Con- 
duct .Medals. He lost his life on June 13, 1942, 
in Natal, Brazil. 




s Sgt. Thomas F. Dorsey, Jr. 

Army 

Methuen, Massachusetts 

Thomas attended North Georgia College as a 
member of the A. S. T. P. Sergeant Dorsey was 
lost iii Germany after serving in the European 
Theater. He was killed February 25. 1945. and 
buried in Ilainni. Luxembourg. Among decora- 
tions he received were the Purple Heart, Infan- 
try Badge, and the (1 1 Conduct Medal. 



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Lt. Alexander M. Durant, Jr. 

Air Corps 

Valona, ' reorgia 

Alexander attended North Georgia College in 
1939-41. and was a member of Rex Fraternity. 
While serving with the Air Corps he was 
awarded the Purple Heart ami two Air Medals. 
He lost his life over Germany on March 24, 
1945. 




2nd Lt. I )avid B. Edgi . Jr. 
Army An- < 'orps 
Decatur, Georgia 

Lieutenant Edge attended North Georgia Col- 
lege 1941-1942 after graduating from Decatur 
High School. He was associated with the Planta- 
i mo Pipe Lines in civilian life. 

David was killed on a take-off crash at Co- 
lumbia, S. ('.. February Hi. 1944. 




Pvt. Lloyd E. Edwards 

Marine Corps 

Griffiin, Georgia 

Lloyd attended North Georgia College in 1943 
and 1944. He was awarded the Purple Heart 
while serving with the Marine Corps in the 
Pacific. Private Edwards lost his life March 12, 
1945, on Iwo Jima. 





2nd Lt. Robert 0. S. Entzmingeb 
Army 

Hartsville, South Carolina 

Robert attended North Georgia College in 1940 
and 1941. He served with the Infantry in the 
European Theater, being awarded the Purple 
Heart and Silver Star. 

Lieutenant Entzminger lost his life March 7, 
1945. in Germany. 







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Lt. Marion C. Farrar. Jr. 

Army Air Corps 
Avondale Estates, Georgia 
After attending North Georgia College in 1936 
and 1937, Lieutenant Farrar received his Junior 
College Diploma. He had been a member of the 
Rex (Vice-President); Y.M.C.A. (President); 
Rifle Team; Officer's Club; Speech Forum; Glee 
Club, and Dramatic Club (Business Manager). 
While in college Marion held the rank of Cadet 
Captain. He was Vice-President of the Fresh- 
man Class, and later Secretary of the Sophomore 
Class. 

Lieutenant Farrar lost his life October 12, 
1944, at Harding Field, La. 




T/Sgt. Herbert Fenster 
Army Air Corps 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Herbert attended North Georgia College in 1942 
and 1943. While serving with the Army Air 
Corps he was awarded the Purple Heart and 
Air Medal with Cluster. Sergeant Fenster lust 
his life April 25, 1945, in England. The Herbert 
Fenster Room in Barnes Hall is maintained by 
his parents as a memorial. 





Sergeant Guy Fitts 

Army Air ( 'orps 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Guy attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 
1943. He was a member of Y.M.C.A. and the 
Band. 

He lost his life on April 21, 1945, over Ger- 
many while serving with the Army Air Corps. 
He was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously. 



2nd Lt. Pail Russell Fulton 

Amu/ Air ('orps 
Cochran, Georgia 

Paul attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 
1943. He lost his life in Horton, England, on 
August 23, 1944, while serving with the Army 
Air Corps. 




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Pfc. William Carle Gamble 

Infantry 

Elyria, ( >hio 

William was a member of the A.S.T.P. at North 
Georgia College in 1943 and 1944. 

While serving in the European Theater of 
Operations he received the E.T.t ). Ribbon, Good 
Conduct Medal, Purple Heart. Expert Rifleman, 
and Combat Medal. Infantry Badge, and the 
Presidential Unit Citation. He lost his life in 
Hellensdorf, Germany. 




2nd Lt. Walter B. Garrison 

Arm 1/ Air ( 'orps 

Thomasville, ( leorgia 

Walter attended Ninth Georgia College in 1940- 
42. He was a member of Y.M.C.A., Hex Fra- 
ternity, and Sergeants' Club. 

He' l.-.-t his life on September ID. 1944. while 
serving with the Army Air ('orps in Netherlands, 
Hast India. 




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Sgt. George Hubert Clenn 

Infantry 

( Ihickamauga, Georgia 

George attended North Georgia College in 1941- 
43. While serving with the Infantry he was 
awarded the Purple Heart. He lost his life near 
Bitche, France. 



2nd Lt. Hillyer Cooper Godfrey 

Army Air < 'orps 

Gainesville, Georgia 

Cooper attended North Georgia College from 
1940 to 1942. While at N. G. C. he was a mem- 
ber of the Rex Fraternity and a Sergeant in "('" 
( 'ompany. 

Lieutenant Godfrey lost his life March 1, 1944. 
in Scotland. 







Sgt. Dana D. Goodwin, Jr. 

Armored Infantry 

Fitchburg, Massachusetts 

Dana attended North Georgia College in 1943 
and 1944 in the Army Specialized Training Pro- 
gram. 

Dana served in the European Theater, where 
he received the Purple Heart and the Engraved 
Purple Heart. He lost his life on March 5, 1945, 
in Ehrang, Germany. 




1st. Lt. Joseph T. ( Irani-. Jr. 

Ann ii Air ( 'or /is 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Joe attended North Georgia College in 1938-39. 
While serving with the Army Air ('orps he was 
awarded two Air Medals. Oak Leaf Cluster, 
The Presidential Distinguished Unit Citation. 
and the E.T.O. Ribbon with three Battle Stars. 
He lost his life February 10, 1945, in England. 




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1st l.i. Calhoun J. Hall 
Army Air ( 'orps 
Atlanta, Georgia 

I 'alhoun attended Ninth ( reorgia College in 1938- 
40. Lieutenant Hall served in Italy and was lost 
at Genoa, August 12, 1944. He received the 
Air Medal and two Oak Leal' Clusters, Distin- 
guished Flying Cross, and Purple Heart. 




1st Lt. George P. Hames 

I n fiuit rii 
( 'anion. ( ieorgia 

George attended North Georgia College in 1928- 
32. He was a member of Rex Fraternity and 
Officers' Club. 

While serving with the Infantry he was 
awarded the Purple Heart. He Inst his life on 
January 27, 1943, on Guadalcanal. 




Lt. Albert Thomas Harris 

Navy 

Madison, Georgia 

Albert attended North Georgia College in 1934. 
While serving with the Navy be was awarded the 
Navy Cross and Purple Heart. He was lost on 
I Ictober 12, 1942. off Savo Island. 





Pfc. Marion A. II \n iii:h 

Infantry 

Macon, ( Ieorgia 

Marion attended North Georgia College in 1941- 
43. While ai N. ('<. C. he was a member of 
Rex Fraternity. 

While serving with the Infantry he was award- 
ed the Infantryman Combat Badge, Good Con- 
duct Medal, and Experl Rifleman Badge. Hi 
lost his life on December 2ti. 1944, in Luxem- 
bourg, ( iermany, 




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S/Sgt. James William Hendon, Jr. 
Army Air Corps 
( Janton, Georgia 

James attended North Georgia College in 1942 
and 1943, during which time he was a member 
of the Band. While serving with the Army Air 
Corps he was awarded the Purple Heart, Air 
Medal with Four Oak Leaf Clusters, and Presi- 
dential Citation. Sergeant Hendon lost his life 
March 1, 1945, over Berlin. 




Capt. Leftredgf W. Honeycutt 

Army 

Dalton, Georgia 

Captain Honeycutt attended North Georgia 
College in 1931-33. He entered the Army as a 
First Lieutenant in February, 1942. He was 
awarded the Bronze Star and Oak Leaf Cluster. 
Captain Honeycutt lost his life in Italy, April 
17, 1945. 







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Lt. Lawton M. Jones 

Army Air < 'orps 

Bainbridge, Georgia 

Lieutenant Jones attended North Georgia Col- 
lege in 1939 and 1940. While at N. G. C. he was 
a member of the Sigma Theta Fraternity, Cy- 
clop's Staff, Y.M.C.A., and Band. As a member 
of the Air Corps he was awarded the Air Medal 
and Purple Heart. 

Lieutenant Jones lost his life October 4, 1944, 
over Munich, Germany. 




Lt. Ralph M. .Tones 
Marine Air Corps 
( Iriffin, Georgia 
While attending North Georgia College in 1940- 
42, Ralph was Vice-President of the Y.M.C.A. 
Member of Cadet Bugler Staff, Cyclops Staff, 
Debate Club, Sigma Theta, Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil, Tennis Team, Rifle Team, and Sergeants' 
Club. Lieutenant Jones helped organize "Hell's 
Angels." He was awarded posthumously the 
Purple Heart, and Aviator's Pacific Theater 
Medal. 

Lieutenant Jones lost his life while serving 
with the Marine Air Corps over Rebaul, New 
Britain, May 5, 1944. 





Pfc. Houston Kemper 

Infantry 

Hapeville, Georgia 

Houston attended North Georgia College in 1934 
and 1935. He was a member of Rex Fraternity, 
Bugler Staff, and "A" Company. 

While serving with the Infantry he was award- 
ed the Purple Hear! and the Combat Infantry 
Badge. He lost his life on December 21, 1944, 
in Belgium. 



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Fred Morris 
Infantry 

Ft. Gaines, ( leorgia 

Fred attended North Georgia College in 1942 
and 1943. While serving with the Infantry he 
was awarded the Purple Heart and the Presi- 
dential Citation. He lost his life on September 
30, 1944, in Italv. 




2nd Lt. James Donald Keeffe 
Army Air ( 'or ps 

Nashville, Georgia 

James attended North Georgia Col- 
lege in 1940 and 1941. 

While serving with the Army Air 
Corps he was awarded the Purple 
Heart. He lost his life three miles 
south of Bolougne, France. 




Stkph. 1/c James 0. Lawrence 
Mansfield, Georgia 
James Overton Lawrence attended 
North Georgia College in 1930-31. 
He enlisted in the Navy in Febru- 
ary, 1942, and was assigned to de- 
stroyer duty. He saw much active 
duty, notably in the Marshall and 
Gilbert Islands and Philippine In- 
vasions. His ship was sunk while 
helping to protect the landing oper- 
ations on Leyte Island. Decorations 
received included the Purple Heart 
i awarder! posthumously), and the 
Asiatic - Pacific Campaign and 
American Campaign Ribbons. 




Pvt. Bertrand Victor Le\ j 

Army 

Brooklyn. New York 

Bertrand attended North Georgia 
College in 1943 and 1944. 

1 te losl his life in Fiance on No- 
vember 17. 1944. lie received the 
Purple I lean posthumously. 




2nd I.t. William T. Lipscomb 

Marine Air Corp 

< tainesville, Georgia 

William attended North Georgia College in 1941 
and 1942. He was a member of "D" Company 
and the Boxing Team, being middleweight cham- 
pion. 

He lost his life on August 28, 1943, while 
serving with Marine Air Corps near Cherry 
Point, North Carolina. 




2\i) Lt. William L. McArthur 
Army Air Force 

Moultrie, Georgia 

William attended North Georgia College in 1934- 
35 and 1937. He was a member of Rex Fra- 
ternity. 

While serving with the Army Air Force he 
was awarded the Purple Heart. He lust his life 
on October 5, 1943, over Athens, Greece. 




!']< . Jesse Lamab McKellae, .Ik. 

Infantry 

Rome, ( teorgia 

Jesse attended North Georgia College in 1943. 
He was a member of Y.M.C.A. and the Band. 
He was awarded the Purple Heart while serv- 
ing with the Infantry. He lost his life on April 
20, 1945, on Okinawa. 




Ensign Lewis A. Matthews 
Navy Air Corps 
Decatur, Georgia 

Lewis attended North Georgia College in 1938- 
40. He was a member of Sigma Theta Fraternity 
and the Sergeants' Club. 

While serving with the Naval Air Corps he 
was awarded the Purple Heart, the Presidential 
Citation with Bronze Star, and the Distinguished 
Flying Cross. lie lost his life on February 22, 
1944, on Saipan. 



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Lt. James William Meriwether 

Army 

Newnan, Georgia 

James attended North Georgia College in 1936. 
While serving with the Infantry he was awarded 
the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Hawaiian, New 
Guinea, and Philippine Combat Infantryman's 
Badge. 

Lieutenant Meriwether lost his life February 
3, 1945, on Luzon. 




Sgt. Howard C. Miller, Jr. 

Arm y Air < 'orps 

Avondale Estates, < Ieorgia 

Howard attended North Georgia College in 1940- 
1942. While at N.G.C. he was a member of Sigma 
Theta i President I, and a Second Lieutenant in 
"C" Company. He was awarded the Distin- 
guished Flying Cross. The Air Medal with Four 
Oak Leaf Clusters, and Purple Heart. 

Sergeant Miller lost his life February 25. 1944. 
over the North Sea. 




1st Lt. Joseph E. Moore 
Army Air < 'orps 
Macon, ( ieorgia 

Joe attended North Georgia College in 1936, 
1937. and 1938. While at N. G. C. he was a 
member of the Baseball and Rifle Teams. 

Lieutenant Moore lost his life in January, 
1945. while serving with the Army Air Corps. 




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Ensign Bond M i mm 

Navy 
Danielsville, < ieorgia 
Bond attended North Georgia College in 1935 
and 1936. 

Ensign Murray was awarded the World War 
II Victory Medal. Silver Star. Purple Heart, 
Army Distinguished I'nit Badge with Oak Leaf 
Cluster, Philippine Defense Ribbon with one 
Bronze Star, the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal 
with one Bronze Star. 

Ensign Murray lost his life July 2, 1944. while 
serving with the 1". S. Navy in the Philippines. 




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Ensign Daniel Newbern 
Broxton, Georgia 
Daniel Newbern went on active duty in Feb- 
ruary, 1944. He was assigned, during his service 
career, to the following places: Mercer Universi- 
ty; University of Georgia; Great Lakes, Illinois; 
Glenview, Illinois; Memphis, Tennessee; Corpus 
Christi, Texas; and Banana River, Florida He 
had attended North Georgia College from Sep- 
tember, 1940, to June, 1942. Danny had received 
Ins commission as an Ensign in the Navy Air 
Force only a short time before his death at Ba- 
nana River, Florida, in December, 1944. 



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S/Sgt. Joseph Clyde Nix 

Army Air Corps 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Clyde attended North Georgia College in 1937, 
1938, and 1939. While attending N. G. C. he 
was a member of the Band. 

Sergeant Nix was awarded the Good Conduct 
Medal, and European Theater Ribbon while 
serving with the Air Corps. He lost his life 
April 17, 1944, in Italy. 





Captaix William F. Norms 

Army 

Newton, Georgia 

Captain Norris attended North Georgia College 
in 1935 and 1936. He was a Prisoner of War 
in Runkewitz Hospital, Baden Baden, Germany. 
He was liberated by the French and died two 
weeks alter his liberation. 



Lt. Joseph J. Northcutt 

Infantry 

College Park, Georgia 

Joseph attended North Georgia College in 1941 
and 1942. 

In the service of his country he was awarded 
the Combat Infantry Badge and the Purple 
Heart twice (once posthumously I . These deco- 
rations were received while he was serving with 
the Armored Infantry in the European Theater 
of Operations. He was lost December 25, 1944. 




Capt. Olin H. Palmer, Jr. 

U. S. Marine Corps 
Blythe, Georgia 

Olin attended North Georgia College in 1937- 
1939. 

While serving with the Marine Corps, he was 
awarded the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal, 
World War II Victory Medal, Presidential Cita- 
tion. He was lost January 12, 1944. 




1st. Lt. Benjamin Franklin Parks. 

Infantry 

Athens, Georgia 

Ben attended North Georgia College in 1939- 
1941. He was editor of the Cyclops, a member 
of the Bugler Staff, Choral Club, Y.M.C.A., Offi- 
cers' Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, and Captain of 
"C" Company. 

He was awarded the Purple Heart and the 
Silver Star while serving with the Infantry in the 
E.T.O. He was lost December 24, 192(4, in 
Belgium. 




Lt. Blakley Arnau Parrott 

Army 

Dublin, ( Georgia 

While Blakely was a student at North Georgia 
( 'iillege, during 1940-42, he was an officer, a mem- 
ber of the Band, the Rex Club, and the football 
squad. 

After he was commissioned at Fort Knox, Ken- 
tucky, Lt. Parrott went overseas ami was killed 
January 19, 1945, in Belgium. 




lsr Lt. Wayne W. Patrick 

Army 

Conyers, Georgia 

Wayne attended North Georgia College in 
1932, 1933, and 1934. While at N.G.C. he was a 
member of Y.M.C.A., Cyclops i Editor), and "D" 

Company. He was awarded the Silver Star and 
Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster while serv- 
ing with the Infantry. Lt. Patrick lost his life 
April 20 ,1945, in Italy. 







Aviation Cadet Quenton ( ). Perkins 
Canton, Georgia 

Quinton attended North Georgia College in 1940 
and 1941. 

Cadet Perkins lost his life February 20. 1942, 
in Sherman, Texas. 







Lt. Col. A. R. Quillian 

Army 

( tainesville, ( leorgia 

Colonel Quillian attended North Georgia College 
in 1929-1933. While here he was a member of 
the boxing team and Sigma Nu Fraternity. He 
also served as Captain of "A" Company. 

While serving with the Army lie was awarded 
the Silver Star. Bronze Star, and the Purple 
Heart. He lost his life on August 4. 1944, at St. 
I.o. France. 




Pharmacist Mate 2 c Daniel B. Rhodes 

Navy 

East Point. Georgia 

Daniel attended Ninth (leorgia College in 1941- 
43. He was a member of the Y.M.C.A., and was 
in the Band. 

He was posthumously awarded the Presiden- 
tial Citation and the Purple Heart. 

He was lost on Okinawa on May 12, 1945, 
while on detached service with the 6th .Marine 
Division. 




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Cpl. Clarence C. Rosser, Jr. 

Marines 

Herndon, Georgia 

Clarence attended North Georgia College in 
1942. He was a member of "C" Company. 

While serving with the Marines in World War 
II he was awarded the Presidential Unit Cita- 
tion with the ribbon bar and one star. Purple 
Heart, and the Victory Medal. He lost his life 
on September 15, 1944, on Pelelieu Island. 




2nd Lt. John C. Sheehan, Je. 

Infantry 

Macon, < ieorgia 

John attended North Georgia College in 1941 
and 1942. 

While serving with the Infantry in the Euro- 
pean Theater he was awarded the Silver Star. 
Purple Heart, and (loud Conduct Medal. He 
hist his lite on November 17, 1944, at St. Die. 
France. 




lsr Lt. James Henry Smith 

Infantry 

Ashland. Georgia 

.lames attended North Georgia College in 1933 
and 1934. He was a member of the Hex Fra- 
ternity, Officers' Club, and "B" Company, serv- 
ing as Lieutenant. 

He lost his lite on September 27. 1940, at Fori 
Benning, ( Ieorgia. 




Lt. Ruby Smith 
Army Nurse < 'orps 
Dahlonega, < ieorgia 

Ruby was the only one of our former co-eds 
to lose her life in service during the war. She 
attended North Georgia College in 192.5-30. 
Lieutenant Smith died in an Army Hospital at 
('amp Kilmer, New Jersey, September 10. 1944. 




2nd Lt. W. >w hi Smith 
Army Air < 'orps 
I >ecal in'. < ieorgia 

Swift attended North Georgia College in 1939 

anil 1940. lie was a member ol Sigma Tlieta, 
and the ( lenerals. 

lie lost his life on October 4, 1943. at Raton, 
New Mexico, while serving with the Army Air 
l orp<. 




T/Sgt. Henry C. Stalnaker 

Murine Air Corps 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Henry attended North Georgia College in 1938 

and 1939. 

He was awarded the Distinguished Flying 
Cross, Asiatic-Pacific ribbon with seven battle 
Mais, the Air Medal, and The Presidential Unit 
( Station. During the war he served as a captain 
in the Marine Air Corps. 

Sergeant Stalnaker lost his life December 2, 
1948, in Quantico, Va. 




Lt. Guy Orlando Stone 

Marine Air Corps 

Glenwood, Georgia 

Guy attended North Georgia College for one 
year, 1941-42. He attended Pre-Training at Nor- 
man, Oklahoma, and Advance Training at Cor- 
pus Christi, Texas. 

Lieutenant Stone lost his life March 12, 1944, 
in Jacksonville, Florida. 





1st Lt. John W. Strickland 

Army Air ( 'orps 

Jefferson, Georgia 

Lieutenant Strickland attended North Georgia 
College in 1934, 1935, 1936. He was a member 
of the Rex Fraternity and Band while at N. G. C. 
He lost his life at Smyrna Air Base, Murfrees- 
boro, Tenn., while serving with the Army Air 
Corps. 



Sot. Lovic Swint. Jr. 

Army 

Columbus, Georgia 

Lovic attended North Georgia College in 1940-42. 
He was awarded the Bronze Star while serving 
with the Army in the European Theater. Ser- 
geant Swint lost his life January 15, 1945, in 
Luxembourg. 




1st Lt. Isham Oliver Teasley 
Arm ij Air Corps 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Lieutenant Teaslev attended North Georgia 
College in 1934, 1935, and 1936. While at N. G. 
C. he was a member of Sigma Theta, and "A" 
Company. 

He was awarded the Distinguished Flying 
Cross, Air Medal with Two Oak Leaf Clusters, 
European, African, and Middle Eastern Cam- 
paign Medal with five Bronze Stars, American 
Campaign Medal, and Presidential Unit Cita- 
tion. 

Lieutenant Teasley was lost August 15, 1944, 
in Southern France. 




Pfc. Dallas Glenn Thackek 

Army Medical < 'orps 
Tate. ( ieorgia 

Glenn attended North (ieorgia College in 1940 
and 1941. 

He was awai'ded the Purple Heart while serv- 
ing with the Medical Corps. 

He lost his life July 14, 1943, in New Guinea. 




1st Lt, Daniel G. Thompson 

Army 

Pinehurst, (ieorgia 

Daniel attended North Georgia in 1939, 1940, 
1941. He was a member of the Sergeant's Club, 
and "( '" Company. 

Lieutenant Thompson was awarded the Purple 
Heart and Infantry Combat Badge. He lost his 
life April 22, 1945, in Northern Italy. 




S Sot. James W. Valentine 

Army Air < 'or ps 

Bainbridge, ( Ieorgia 

James attended North (Ieorgia College in 1939. 
1940, and 1941. He was a member of the Ser- 
geant's Club, Officer's Club (Secretary), Sigma 
Theta, and "A" Company. 

S/Sgt. Valentine lost his life February 24. 
1945. at Charleston, South Carolina. 




Ensign Thomas A. Wall 

U. S. X. R. 

Blue Ridge, < Georgia 

Thomas attended North Georgia College in 1939- 
41. He was a member of the Band, Cyclops 
Staff, Men's Glee Club. Choral Club, Y.M.C.A., 
Sigma Theta, and the Pan Hellenic Council. 

While serving with the Navy he was awarded 
the Presidential Citation and the Air Medal He 
lost lus life on January 12. 1945, in Liquayen 
Gulf, P. I. 




2nd Lt. Edward H. Whiddon 
Infantry 

Stone Mountain. Georgia 

At North Georgia College during 1938-40, Ed- 
ward was a member of the Camera Club, Rifle 
Team, and a Sergeant in Company "C". 

He was in action only ten days when he was 
killed July 7, 1944. He 'later received the Purple 
Heart posthumously. 




2nd Lt. John Thomas Whittle 

Army An- < 'orps 

Brunswick, Georgia 

John attended North Georgia Col- 
lege in 1940. He was a member of 
"D" Company, and Sigma Theta. 

While serving with the Army Air 
('orps. he was awarded the Air 
Medal, Purple Heart, and the Ap- 
preciata of President. He lost his 
life on January 11. 1944. in Holland. 




Cpl. Cecil L. Vandivere 
Jefferson, Georgia 

Corporal Vandivere attended N. G. 
C. from September, 1941, to March, 
1943. He enlisted in the Air Force 
Reserve Decembers. 1942. and was 
called to duty in April, 1943. Serv- 
ing most of the time during the war 
in the Pacific. Corporal Vandivere 
was lost at Arahata Cape, Para- 
mushiru, July 12, 1945. 




2nd Lt. Charles Field 

Air Corps 

Rocky Face, Georgia 

Charles attended North Georgia 
College in 1934-35-36. He was a 
member of the Glee Club and Offi- 
cers' Club. 

He was lost over Avery, Texas, 
in 1937. 



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During his fourteen years at North Georgia College, Dr. Rogers lias done 
wonders for the school. That he is an able leader in the field of education lias 
recently been proved by the fad that, as this annual goes to press, he has been 
selected by the Hoard of Regents as President of the University of Georgia. 
His record here can never be surpassed, although he has a worthy successor in 
Professor Will I). Young, who is now Acting President. On behalf of the students, 
we, the Cyclops Staff say. "Good Luck, Dr. Rogers." 





ALICE DONOVAN 

Dean of Women 

Georgia State College for Women 
B.S.H.E. 



JOHN C. SIRMONS 

Dean 

Emory University, Ph.B.; Emory University, A.M.; 
graduate study. Duke University. 





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FRANCIS E. GILLETTE, Colonel, Infantry 

Professor of Military Science 

United States Military Academy, B.S. 



THOMAS D. COBB, Commandant 

Assistant Professor of English 

Mercer University, A.B., A.M.; graduate study, 
University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin. 



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JOHN DURHAM ANTHONY 
Assistant Projessor nj Biology 

Transylvania University, B.S.; Emory 

University, A.M.; graduate study, 

University of Kentucky. 



ROBERT M. A UN* 

('upturn, Infantry 
Military Science 



T. CONN BRYAN 
Associatt Professor nj History 

Duke University, A.B.; University of 

North Carolina, A.M.; Duke l"ni- 

\ ersity, I'll I ). 



FRED W. CALVERT 

AsSOciati PrOJeSSOT nj Social Sri: m, 

University of Kansas, AH.. A.M.; 
University of Missouri. Ph.D. 







JOHN' C. BARNES 
Professor nj Mathematics 

North Georgia College. B.S.; Grad- 
uate study. Harvard University. 



PAUL BECHER 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 



ROBERT H. BELCHER 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Georgia State College for Men. B.S.; 

University of North Carolina, M.S.; 

graduate study. University of North 

Carolina. 



ELLEN H. GLARE 
Instructor in Mat In unities 

University of Kentucky, A. 15. 



WILLIAM E. CLARK 
Assnemii Professor nj English 

Centre College. A.B.; University of 

Kentucky, A.M.; Graduate study. 

University of Kentucky, Vanderbilt 

University, "Emory University. 



B. R. DeANGELO 

Associate Professor nj Physical 

Education 

University of Illinois. B.S.; Columbia 
University, A.M. 




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LEWIS ]•:. HERO 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

DePauw University. AH.; Syracuse 
University, MA. 



CAMILLUS .1. DISMUKES 
Associatt Professor of Modern 

LanaitaiJi s 

Birmingham Southern College, A.B. 

University of North Carolina. A.M. 

Graduate study, Laval University. 




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W. DESMOND BOOTH 

Assistant Professor nj English 

Georgia State College for Men, B.S. ; 
Emory University, A.M.; Graduate 
study, University of North Carolina. 



LIRA ELIZABETH EVANS 

Assistant Professor of Physical 

Education 

Florida State College for Women. 
B.S.; Florida State University, M.S. 



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Associatt /'/"/. ssor of Modi .» 

Languagt 

Texas Technological College, A.B.; 

Siitf Tun ersity of Iowa, A.M., Ph.D. 



BERT H. FLANDERS 

Professor of English 

Emory University, A. IV, A.M.; Duke 
University, Ph.D. 



HARRY B. FORESTER 
Proft ssor uf Biology 

University of Alabama, M.S.; Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. Ph.D. 



SUSIE M. HARRIS 
Librarian 

Piedmonl College, All.; University 

of ' leorgia ; Peahodv College. A.B 

in I..S. 



NEWTON S. HEROD 
Professor of Physics 

University of Texas, B.S., A.M. 
University of California, Ph.D. 



ROY HIUTT 
Major, Infantry 

Military Science 





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BESSIE LEE FREEMAN 

Associate Professor of 
Home Economics 

Oklahoma Central State, B.S.; Okla- 
homa A. & M.. M.S. 



MARY E. HOOD 
Assistant Librarian 

Piedmont College. A.B.; Peabody 
College. A.B. in L.S. 





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LORIMER B. FREEMAN" 

Assistant Professor of Business 

Administration 

University of (leorgia. B.S.C.; Uni- 
versity of Georgia, M.S.C.; Graduate 
Sindy. Northwestern University, Har- 
vard University. 



STEPHEN M HUNTLEY 

Associate Professor of Modern 

Languagt 

University of South Carolina. AH. 
A.M.; University of Toulouse, Ph.D. 





REMBERT A. GREEN 
AssociaU Professor of Social 

Sl'll III 1 : 

University of Georgia, A.B., A.M.; 

Graduate study, Emory University, 

Vanderbill University. 



ALBERT S. JOHNSON 
Assistant Professor of Biology 

Indiana Slate Teachers College, U.S.; 

University of Illinois. M.S.; Graduate 

study, Purdue University. 





WILLIAM H. GROVES 

Assistant Professor of Pliysical 

Education 

Southern Illinois Normal University, 
B. Lil.; Iowa University, A.M. 



WILLIAM M McCULLOUGH 

Associatt Professor of Business 

Administration 

Washington College, B.S.; Harvard 
Graduate School of Business Admin- 
istration, M.B.A. 











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ALLEN D. MARTIN 
Assistant Projcssor oj English 

Southwestern Louisiana Institute, A. 
IV; Louisiana State University, A.M.; 
Graduate studv, Columbia University. 



NEWTON OAKES 

Associate Professor oj Business 

Administration 

University of Kentucky, B.S.. A.M.; 
graduate study, University of Ken- 
tucky. 



EWELL G. PIGG 

Associate Professor of Physics 

Central Missouri Teachers College, 
U.S.; Peabody College, A.M. 



JACK L. RUSSELL 

Assistant Professor of Physical 

Education 

Oglethorpe University, B.S.; Grad- 
uate study. Purdue University. 



JOHN C. SIMMS 
Professor />f Chemistry 

Millsaps College, U.S.; Vanderbill 

University, M.S.; Western Reserve 

University, Ph.D. 



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ORBY SOUTHARD 

Professor nj Education 

Arkansas State Teachei - < !ollege, 
B.S.; University of Arkansas, M S 
University of Pittsburgh, Ph l> 



C. E. STEVENSON 
Assistant Professor nj Education 

Oglethorpe University, A.B.; Grad- 
uate study, University of Florida, 
University of Georgia, Duke Univer- 
sity, Peabody College. 



LAMBUTH R. TOWSON 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 

Emory University, B.S.; University 

of Georgia, A.M.; Graduate study, 

University of Chicago. University of 

North Carolina. 



GERHARD X. WOLLAN 
AssociaU Professor of Mathematics 

Luther College, A.B.; University of 

Iowa. M S. 



CHARLES M. YAGER 

AssociaU Professor oj 

Physics 

University of Maryland. B.S. in 
M Iv; Duke University, M. Ed. 



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ESTELLA M. SIRMONS 
Instructor in English 

Ladiange College; Emory Univer- 
sity; Georgia State College, B.S. 
in Ed. 



WILLIAM 1). YOUNG 
AssociaU Professor oj Social 

Sen net 

Cumberland University, A.B., A.M.; 
Graduate study, University of Chi- 
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Colli tjr Physician 



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JOHN EDGAR BROOKE 

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UFFICERS 




S( nior ( 'In** Vict Pri sidi nt 

MARY RUTH JONES 

Fort Gaines, Georgia 




S( nior < 'hiss St ciliary 
ELIZABETH SEYMOUR 

Marietta. Georgia 




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KEITH ELROD 

Dahlonega, Georgia 




Si nior < 'lass Adviser 
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Senior < 'hiss Sponsor 

MRS. EVELYN PHILLIPS 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



Senior Claii 1949 



FRED CLEMONS ALLEN 

Monroe, ( leorgia 

Bachelor <>j Scit net 

(Business Administration ) 

College Honors: Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities 
and Colleges, 1949; Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student, 1948; Top Ten Pei Cenl 
Freshman Class; Dean's List, Presi- 
ded Freshman Class. Member: Vet- 
nan's dull, ('add Bugler Staff. Sgt's 
Club, Officer's Club, Forensic Senate 
Military Unit: Co. "B" (Sgt. and 
T Sgt.), Battalion Staff (( lapl I, 
Commandant's Staff (Honorary Cap 



tain). 



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World War II. 



MARIE EVELYN ANDERSON 

Ellijay, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Scit net 

(St en tarial Science) 





CARL ALBERT BAUER, .In. 

Rome. Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science (Chemistry) 

Member: Chemistry Clu!> (Vice 

President). Carl served with the 

Navy in World War II. 



BERNICE M. BRADY 

Lithonia, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Scit nee 

(Secretarial Science ) 



Member: Rec Club, Rifle Club 

Omicron Team. 



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JOHN EDGAR BROOKE 

Baton Rouge. Louisiana 

President Senior Class 

Bachelor oj Sen net (Physics) 

College Honors: Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and 
Universities, 1949; Distinguished 
Military Student, 1948; Top Ten Per 
Cent Freshman Class. Mr. NGC. 
1949; Dean's List; All-Star Intra- 
mural Football Team. 1946-47. Mem- 
ber: Rex Fraternity (Pledge Presi- 
dent), Forensic Senate. Veteran's 
Club. Sgt's Club. (Sgt. at Anns and 
Treasurer); Officer's Club, Cyclops 
Staff, Cadet Bugler Staff. Student 
Publication Committee. Military 
Unit: Co. "B" (Sgt., S Sgt.. 1st Sgt.. 
2nd Lt.. 1st Lt.), Commandant's Staff 
(Honorary Captain). Johnny served 
with the Navy in World War II 



STAFFORD READE BROOKE. Jr. 

Dallon. (leorgia 
Bachelor oj Scit net. (Physics) 

Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity, 
Sgt's Club, and Officer's Club. Mili- 
tary Unit: Co. "B" (Pvt., S/Sgt., 1st 
Sgt., 2nd Lt., and 1st Lt.). 












WESLEY H. BROWER 

Roswi'll. ( ieorgia 

Bachelor uj Scienct (Biology) 

College Honors: Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities 
and Colleges, 1948; Dean's List. 
Member: Physical Education Club 
(President ). Officer's Club (Presi- 
dent), Veteran's Club (Secretary and 
Treasurer). Military I'nit : Battalion 
Staff (Captain and Lt. Colonel). 
Commandant's Staff (Honorary Cap- 
lam). Wes served with the Infantry 
in World War II. 



MARY BETH BRUCE 

Martin. Georgia 

Bachelor oj Scienct (Mathematics) 

College Honors: Who'.- Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and 
Universities (1949). Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Y.W.C.A. <"Y" Cabinet). B.S.U. 
(President), Hippolytan Team (Cap- 
tain), Science Club, Glee Club. Rifle 
Club, Sanford Hall (Treasurer). 
Cheer Leader. 





PRESTON BROOKS BUSSEY 

Augusta, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Scienct (Biology) 

Member: Rex Fraternity, Sgt's Club. 
(Secretary and President). Glee Club. 
Chemistry Club. Science Club. Cadet 
Bugler Staff Generals (Pianist), and 
Y.M.C.A. ("Y" Cabinet). Military 
Unit: Co. "A" (Pvt., S/Sgt, T Sgt., 
and 1st Sgt.). 



WARREX GARLAND CAGLE 

Nelson, Georgia 
Bachelor oj Science (Education) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Hex Fraternity (Pledge Vice 
President), Sgt's Club, Officer's Club. 
Veteran's Club, Future Teacher's 
Club. Student Publication Commit- 
tee. Military Unit: Co. "B" (Pvt.), 
Co. "C" (S Sgt.. T/Sgt., 2nd LI.. 1st 
Lt.). Commandant's Staff (Honorary 
Captain). Warren served with the 
Navy in World Warr II. 





WILLIAM NATHAXIEL CANNON 

East Point. Georgia 

Bachelor oj Scienct (Chemistry) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Rex Fraternity, Chemistry Club 
(President. Bill served with the In- 
fantry and attended North Georgia 
College while in the Army Specialized 
Training Program in World Wan II. 



HAROLD CLARENCE 
CHANDLER 

Clermont. Georgia 
Bachelor oj Sen na 
(Physical Education) 

College Honors: Varsity Basketball; 
Varsity Baseball: Outstanding Inter- 
collegiate Athlete. 1947-4S; Who's 
Who (Best Personality. 1948-49). 
Member: Physical Education Club 
(Vice President). Letterman's Club 
(Treasurer), Rex Fraternity (Vice 
President. President), Pan Hellenic 
Council (Treasurer. President), Sgt's 
Club. Officer's Club. Military Unit: 
Co. "D" (T/Sgt.. 2nd Lt.), Com- 
mandant's Staff (Captain). 



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MARION ELOISE COGBURN 

Jasper, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Sen net 

(Physical Education) 

College Honors: Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities 
and Colleges, 1949; Who's Who at 
NGC (Hist Personality, Friendliest 
Coed). Chosen Sweetheart of the Hex 
Fraternity, Dean's List. Member: 
y.W.CA. (President), Ree Club, 
Hippolytans (Captain), B.S.U. 
Council. 



THOMAS E. CRAWFORD 

Albany, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science 

(l'h ysical Education 1 

Member: Hex Fraternity (Secretary 
and Treasurer, 2nd Vice President, 
Public Relations Officer. President), 
Physical Education Club, Veteran's 
Club, Speech Club, Glee Club, Dra- 
matic Club, and Pan Hellenic Coun- 
cil. Military Unit: Co. "C" (T/Sgt.), 
and Non-Military. Gene served with 
the Navy timing World War II. 



M. CHRISTINE DAVIS 

East Point, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science (Biology) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Rec Club, Science Club, Glee 
Club, Phi Omicron Team, Rifle Club, 
and B.S.U. Council. Chris served as 
Assistant Nurse at College Infirmary. 



LEWIS DAY 

Marietta, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science (Biology) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Veteran's Club, Science Club. 
"Pinky" served with the Navy in 
World War II. 



BILLY COVINGTON DuRANT 

Waycross, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

(B usin ess A dm in ist ru lion) 

College Honors: Dean's List, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student, 1949. 
Member: Sgt's Club, Officer's Club, 
Wesley Foundation (Treasurer), Sig- 
ma Theta. Military Unit: Co. "B" 
(Pvt.), Sgt.), Battalion Staff (2nd 
Lt, and Captain). 



HAHHV AMOS EDWARDS 

Dahlonega, Georgia 
Bachelor uj Science (Physics) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Officer's Club. Physics Club 
Y.M.C.A, Military Unit: Co. "D" 
(Pvt.). Battalion Staff (1st Lt.), 
Commandant's Staff (Honorary Cap- 
tain). Tommy served with the Navy 
in World War II. 











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EVELYNE GRANT ELLIS 
Alpharetta, ( Seoi gia 
Bachi lor oj Scit net 

I Si rn In mil Sen nn I 



College Honoi 
I hi- 1948-1949 



: Who's Who on Cam- 
Dean's List. Member: 
Science Club, Her Club, Mercurean 
Team, Dramatic Club, Cadel Buglet 
Stuff. Cyclops Staff. Chosen Miss 
\<;c i L945), College Beauty 1948-49. 



I.()Y KEITH Ml, HOD 

Dahlonega, ( ieorgia 

Treasurer of Senior Class 

Bachelor oj Sm nn (Physics) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Wesley Foundation (Commit- 
tee Chairman), Physics Club (Presi- 
dent). Veteran's Club. Keith served 
with the Air Force in World War II. 







HAROLD LEWIS FOWLER 

Canton. Georgia 

Bacht lor oj Scii net 

(Busint ss Administration) 

Member: Sgt 's Club. Sigma Theta 
Fraternity (Pledge Vice President. 
Military 'Units: Co. "B" (Pvt.. Sgt.. 
S Sgt., 1st Sgt.). Harold served with 
the Army in World War II. 



THOMAS CHANDLER GAILEY 
Gainesville, Georgia 
Bachelor »/ Scii nci 
(Physical Education) 

College Honors: Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities 
and Colleges, 1948, Varsity Basket- 
hall (Capt.), Varsity Baseball. Mr. 
N.G.C. '48, Winner Boxing Tourn. 
'42, Most Athletic Cadet '48. Most 
Outstanding Cadet in Inter-collegiate 
Sports '47. Member: Rex Fraternitj 
(Sgt. at Arms. Vice Pies.). Physical 
Ed. Club (President). Officer's Club. 
Pan Hellenic Council, Veteran's Club 
(Welfare Council). Letterman's Club 
(President). Education Club (Vice- 
President), Cadet Athletic Council, 
Coach Intramural Football. Co. "D". 
Military Unit: Co. "D" (2nd Lt.). 
Battalion Staff (Capt.). Comman- 
dant's Staff (Honorary Capt.). Tom 
served with the Marine Corps in 
World War II. 



JAMES FORREST GARDNER 

Rossville, Georgia 

Burin lor of Science 

(Busint ss Administration ) 

Member: Sgt's Club. Officer's Club 
Veterans' Club. Radio Club. Mili- 
tary Unit: Co. "A" (S Sgt., T Sgt.), 
Commandant's Staff (Honorary 
( laptain). 



NELLIE LEE GIBSON 
Dahlonega, Georgia 
Bachelor of Scit net 

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Senior CLss 1949 



RAUL LAM AH GREENE 

Canton, ( reorgia 

Bachelor oj Sciena (Physics) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Science Club, Physics Club, Sgt's 
Club, Officer's Club, Cadet Bugler 
Staff. Military Unit: Co. "B" 
(S/Sgt., T/Sgt., 2nd Lt., 1st 1. 1.). 



HAROLD INMAN HALL 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Bach Inr nj ,Srn iii-i (Biology) 

Member: Science Club, Sgt's Club, 

Veteran's Club. Military Unit: Co. 

"B" (S Sgt.). Harold served in the 

Army during World War II. 





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IRENE JOHNSTON 

Leary, Georgia 
Bachelor nj Sen nee 
(Physical Education > 

Membei : Rec Club (Vice President I, 

Trahlytans, Physical Education Club. 

Forensic Senate. 



MARY RUTH JONES 

Fort Gaines, Georgia 

Vice-President Senior Class 

Bachelor of Scii nee (Mathematics) 

College Honors: Dean's List, Vice 
President of Senior Class. Member: 
Glee Club. Rec Club. Hippolytan 
(Captain), Y.W.C.A., Physical Edu- 
cation Club, Dramatics Club. 





JOHN LORING KELLEY 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bacheloi oj Sciena (Physics) 

Member: Veteran's Club. Officer's 
Club. Physics Club (Vice President). 
Military Unit: Co. "B" (2nd Lt., 1st 
Lt.), Commandant's Staff (Honorary 
Captain). "Red" served with the 
Paratroopers during World War II. 



NISBET STOVALL KENDRICK 

Waynesboro. ( ieorgia 
Bachelor oj Sciena (Physics) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Camera Club. Physics Club. 
Y.M.C.A. (Treasurer). Military Unit : 
Co. "A" (S Sgt.. T/Sgt., 2nd Lt., 
1st Lt.). 







CLAUDIA KING 

White Plains, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

(Physical Education) 

College Honors: Speedball Varsity, 
I'.iHi. Volleyball Varsity, 1947; Bas- 
ketball Varsity, 1948. Member: Phy- 
sical Education Club, Science Club. 
Her. Club (Treasurer). Phi Omicrons 
(Captain), Rifle Club. 



MELVIN EUGENE KING 
Cartersville, Georgia 

Bachelor o\ Science 
(Business Administration) 

College Honors: Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student, 194S. Member: Y. M. 
C. A.. Sigma Theta Fraternity. Sgt's 
Club. Officer's Club. Military Unit: 
Co. "C" (Sgt.), Battalion Staff. 
(Captain). 





ANNE ELIZABETH KLING 
LaFayette, Georgia 
Bachelor oj Sen net 
(Home Economics) 

College Honors: Girls' Athletic Cup. 
1**47 Member: Girls' Volleyball 
Varsity, 1947-194S. Phi Omicrons 
(Captain), Home Ec Club, Wesley 
Foundation, Y.W.C.A. 



THOMAS MELTON LAMBERT 
Plant City, Florida 
Bachelor oj Science 

(Business Administration ) 
College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber- Veteran's Club. Military Unit: 
Co. "A" (S/Sgt.), Co. "C" (P\'t.). 
Non-military. Tom was with ^ the 
Army Combat Engineers in World 
War II. 





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AUDREY LANE 

Roswell. Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science 

(Physical Education) 

College Honors: Outstanding Ath- 
letic Coed. 1947-48; Chosen Most 
Athletic Coed at N.G.C., 1949. Mem- 
ber: Physical Education Club, Dra- 
matic Club (Vice President), Rifle 
Tram, Cadet Bugler Staff (Features), 
1949 Cyclops Staff (Assistant Sports 
Editor), Rec Club (President), Trah- 
lytan Team (Capt.), B.S.U. Council. 



JAMES MILTON LATHEM 

Griffiin. Georgia 
Bachelor oj Science (Physics) 

Member of Physics Club and Science 
Club. Member of Band before enter- 
ing Navy. Later Non-Military. 
"Lefty" Lathem served in the Navy 
two years during World War II. 



Senior Class 1949 



AUBREY CHARLES LEDBETTEB 

Tallulah Falls, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Sen nr, 

(Busim ss Administration) 

Member: Veterans' Club, Sergeants' 
Club, Assistant Sports Editor of 1949 
Cyclops. Military Uni1 : Co. A (Sgt.). 
"Charlie" served with the Navy for 
two years during World War II, after 
which he returned to N.G.C. as a 
member of the Non-Military Unit. 



LEON FRED LEE 
Villa Rica, Georgia 
Bach) lor oj Scii net 
(Physical Education) 

Member: Physical Education Club. 
Letterman's Club. Military Unit : "B" 
Company (Sergeant). Later was non- 
military. 





JOHN MORELAND MAJOR 

Danburg, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

(Business Administration) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Hex Fraternity, Sergeants' Club, 
and Veterans' Club. Military Unit: 
Co. "IV (Sgt.), before entering Navy 
in which he served two years during 
the War. 



ROBERT STANLEY MAYNE 

Winder, Georgia 

Bachelor of Seienei 

(Education) 

College Honors: Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student (1948-49). Member: 
Veterans' Organization, Sergeants' 
Club. Officers' Club (Treasurer), Fu- 
ture Teachers' Organization (Vice- 
Pres., President). Military Unit: 
Company "A" (Sgt. 2nd Lt., Cap- 
tain). "Bob" served in World War II 
in the Marine Corps. 





LAMARTINE STEWART 

McLEOD 

Ellaville, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Sei< nee 

(Ch< mistry) 

College Honors: Dean's List, Light- 
heavy Weight Boxing Winner (1946). 
Member: Rex Fraternity. Chemistry 
Club, Sergeant's Club, Science Club. 
Military Unit : "B" Co. (S/Sgt., Lt.). 
"C" Co. (Sgt.). 



LOUIE ANGUS MORRIS 

Wadley, Georgia 

Bachi lor oj Scit nee 

(Business Administration ) 

Member: All-Star Intramural Foot- 
ball Team (Right End). Sigma Theta 
Fraternity, Letterman's Club, Veter- 
ans' Club. Military Unit : Co. "C" 
(2nd Lt.. 1st Lt.), Battalion Staff 
(Captain). Louie served in the Navy 
in World War II. 







JAMES MARVIN O'DILLON 

Ti nnille, Georgia 

Bacht lor oj Scit net 

(Busint ss Administration I 

College Honors: Distinguished Mili- 
tary Studenl I 1948-49), Dean's List. 
Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity, 
Sergeant's Club, Officer's Club. Mili- 
tary Unit : Co. "B" and Co. "D" 
(Pvt, Sgt., S Sgt., Lt.). 



LAWRENCE WAWB PALMER 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Hurl,, lor oj Scii net 

(Business Administration ) 

Member: Rex Fraternity. "Shine" 
served with the Naval Air Corps in 



World War II. 





GARLAND FOLSON 

PI X HOLSTER 

Valdosta, Georgia 

Bach( lor oj See net 

(Pli ysical Education) 

Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity. 
Sergeant's Club (Sgt.-at-Arms), Let- 
terman's Club, Physical Education 
Club (President), Forward on basket- 
ball team (Freshman - Sophomore 
year), third baseman on baseball team 
during Freshman Year. Military Unit : 
Co. "B" (Sgt,, S Sgt.. T Sgt., and 
1st Sgt.). 




DON EDWIN PINYAN 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor nj Scit net 

(Busint SS Ail mi nist mt inn) 

Military Unit: Co. "A" (Sgt). Don 

served in the Army Air Force during 

World War II. 





DONALD L. ROBERTS 

Jefferson. Georgia 

Bachelor oj Scit net 

(Busint ss Administration) 

Member: Rex Fraternity (Pledge 
Secretary). Sergeant's Club. Military 
Unit: Co. "A" and Co. "B" (S/Sgt.). 



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OLIVER HARRIS ROGERS 

Tunnel Hill, Georgia 

Bachelor nj Arts 

(Social Scit nee) 

Member: Future Teachers Organiza- 
tion (Treasurer), Sergeants' Club, Of- 
ficers' Club. Military Unit: "B" Com- 
pany (Sgt, Lt.). 



Senior C(a56 1949 



NEAL RUMBLE 
Warner Robins, Georgia 

Until* lor of Scit net 
( li iisi hi ss Administration ) 

Member: Wesley Foundation (Vice 
President), Rex Fraternity, Officers' 
Club. Military Unit : Co. "C" (Sgt., 
I.t .), Battalion Staff (Captain). Neal 
was in the Navy during World 
War II. 



BRADFORD C. SANDERSON. 

1 lahlonega, Georgia 

Bachelor of Scit nee 

(Physical Education) 

Member: Letterman's Club, Ser- 
geant's Club, Physical Education 
Club. Military Unit: Co. "D"(S Sgt). 
Sandy was in the Navy during World 
War II. 






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MARTHA CAROLYN SANDLIN 

Winder. Georgia 

Bachi lor of Sci( nee 

( Biology) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Glee Club. Dramatic Club, 
Rce. Club. 



RANDOLPH CURTIS SANDLIN 

Winder Georgia 

Bachelor of Scit net 

(Busint ss Administration) 

College Illinois: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Veterans' Club. Sergeants' Club 

Officers' Club. Military Unit : "C" 
Company (Sergeant), "A" Company 
(2nd Lt.), Commandant's Staff (Cap- 
tain). Served in Army two years lim- 
ing World War II. 






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SARA EVELLYN SATTKR1TF.LD 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Bachelor of Scit net 

(Education) 



LAW RENCE L. SAVAGE, .In. 
Gainesville, Georgia 

lintiit lor of Scit net 
(Business Administration > 

College Honors: Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Sergeants' Club, Veterans' Club, 
Officers' Club. Military Unit: Co. 
"D" (1st Sgt., 2nd Lt., Captain). 
Commandant's Staff (Captain). Law- 
rence gave 33 months of his time to 
the Army in World War II. 







ELIZABETH JEAN SEYMOUR 

Marietta. Georgia 

Si cretary, Senior Class 

Bachelor oj Sciena < Biology) 

College Honor: Dean's Lisl . 

Member: Rec Club (Secretary), 
Rec Council. Mercurean Team (Cap- 
tain), "V" Council. 1949 Cyclops Staff 
(Society Editor). 



DOROTHY E. STEPHEN'S 

Cordele, Georgia 

Bacht lor o\ Hen nei 

(Hiiim Economics i 

College Honors: Who's Who at 
N.G.C., 1949 (Most Sinct n I 

Member: Hippolvtans, Home Ec. 
Club (President). Sanford Hall (Presi- 
dent), Future Teachers Organization, 
B.S.U. Council (Second Vice-Presi- 
dent), Y.W.C.A.. Students' Publica- 
tion Committee. 






CHARLES L. STEWART 

Winder, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Sen net 

(Busim ss Administration) 

College Honors: Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges. 
1948-1949. 

Member: Veterans' Club. Comman- 
dant's Staff. 

Military Unit: Company "B" (Staff 
Sergeant, Technical Sergeant ) ; Com- 
pany "A" (Second Lieutenant). 

"Chuck" served with the Army Air 
Corps in World War II. 



JODIE THOMAS THRASHER 

Winder, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science 

(Business Administration ) 

Member: Cyclops Staff (Photogra- 
pher. 1947-1948-1949; Business Man- 
ager. 194S). Cadet Bugler Staff (Pho- 
tographer), Rex Fraternity (Chaplain 
and Reporter). Sergeants' Club (Re- 
porter), Camera Club (President and 
Vice-President), Officers' Club. 

Military Unit: Company "B" (Ser- 
geant. Technical Sergeant. Second 
Lieutenant. First Lieutenant). 






JEAN HEALAN THOMASON 

Winder, Georgia 
Bachelor oj Scienct 
(Secretarial Science > 

College Honors: Dean's List, Var- 
sity Speedball Team (member), Who's 
Who on Campus. 

Member: Cadet Bugler (Editor), 
Cyclops (Associate Editor. 1947); 
Speech Club (President). B.S.I'. 
Council (1st Vice President). Rec 
Council (Secretary and Reporter), 
Trahlytans, Dramatic Club .Glee Club. 

Jean is our only coed who is a 
mother. She is doing an excellent job 
in school and at home. 



PEARL ESTELLE TODD 

Suches, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Sen nci 

(Home Economics) 

Member: Rec Club, Hippolvtans. 
Home Ec .Club, Wesley Foundation. 



Senior Ciaii 1949 



CAROLYN' ALLEN TOWNES 

Aragon, Georgia 
Baclit lor of Science 
(Secretarial Science) 

Member: Rifle Club (Manager). San- 
ford Hall (Vice President). 



THKKON LONG WHITE, Jr. 
Atlanta, ( leorgia 
Bachelor oj Sen na 
(Education ) 
Member: Rex Fraternity (Sgt.-at- 
Arms), Sergeants' Club, Veterans' 
Club, Varsity Baseball (Manager), 
Bugler Staff. Letterman's Chili. Fu- 
ture Teachers Organization. "Tebie" 
served with the Air Corps in World 
War II. 



EDWARD FRANKLIN WILKIE 

Tate. Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

(Business Administration ) 

College Honors: Editor 1949 Cyclops, 
Chosen one of Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities 
and Colleges, 194S-1949; Battalion 
Commander, Distinguished Military 
Student. Dean's List. Who's Who at 
NGC (1949). Member: Sergeants 
Club, Officers' Club (President). Mili- 
tary Unit: Co. "B" (Sgt., Lt.), Bat- 
talion Staff (Lt. Colonel). Edward 
served in the Navy in World War II. 



JOHN ANDREW YACKUBOSKEY 

Indiana, Pennsylvania 
Bachelor oj Art s 

(Social Science) 

College Honors: Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and 
College. 1948-49, Dean's List. Mem- 
ber: Forensic Senate (Treasurer, Presi- 
dent). Military Unit: Commandant's 
Staff (Capt.). "Vack" served with 
the Army Parachute Troops in World 
War II. 








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CHARLES GRAYDON ANDREWS 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science 

(Physics) 

Member: Veterans' Club, Officers' 
Club, Physics Club. Military Unit : 
Co. "A" (Pvt.), Battalion Staff (2nd 
Lt.), Co. "A" (2nd Lt.), Comman- 
dant's Staff (Honorary Captain). 
Andy served with the Infantry in 
World War II. 



HI'BERT J. DEATON 

< lainesville, Georgia 

Bach dor oj Science 

(Busint ss Administration) 

Member: Veterans' Club, Rex Fra- 
ternity, Sergeants' ( !lub, Officers' Club. 
Military Unit: "C" Company (Cap- 
tain). "H. J." served in the United 

States Navy. 



IRENE ELIZABETH FORESTER 
Head River, Georgia 
Bachelor oj Sen net 

(Education ) 

Member: Rec. Club, Science Club, 

Home Ec. Chili. B. S. U. Council, Phi 

Omicron, Y.W.C.A., Rifle Club. 



THOMAS LESTER HENLEY 

Danielsville, Georgia 

Bacht lor oj Sen net 

t Physcis) 

College Honors: Dean's List. Military 

Unit: Co. "A" (Pvt.). Co. "D" 

(S Sgt.. T Sgt.). 



DOROTHY DEE PONDER 

Waleska, Georgia 

Bachelor oj Science 

(Education) 



EDDIE FAGAN LITTLE 
( lainesville, ( ieorgia 
Bacht lor oj Sen net 

(Business Administration ) 

Member: Veterans' Club, Sergeants' 
Club, and Officers' Club. Military 
Unit : Co. "D" (T Sgt.), I Jomman 
dant's Staff (Honorary Captain). 
"Soaky" Mixed m the Navy during 
World War II. 



ROBERT GURSTLE TRKADU A^i 

Summerville, ( ieoi gia 

Bacht lor oj Sen net 

(Busint ss Administration ) 

Bob fought with the Infantry in 

World War II. 



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Eatonton. ( ?a, 



Ql'ILLIAX W. C'OKER 


R \v F. Gore 
Austell, Ga. 


Aligene Abercrombie 


Dahlom ga, 


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Wiley Stenson Anderson 


West Point, 


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Frank Stanley Barrett . 


Ilnllii Springs, 


Ga 


Colon Rodman Britt SI 


Simons Island 


Ga 


James Mii.es Burdette, Jr. 


< 'alhoun, 


Ga 


Ebving Georoe Elliott, Jr. 


Dawsonvilli 


Ga 


Allyn C'i.eon Johnson, Jr. 


Dahlom ga, 


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Benjamin Brinson Overstreet 


Grt i/ihiiiiI . 


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David M. Owen 


Calhoun 


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James J. Patterson 


Sarin s, 


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Charles Edmund Price 


Canton, 


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William Theophilus Robison. Jr. 


Monrot 


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Emma Jo Sims 


Clarkston, 


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Thomas Roy Thaxton .... 


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Charles E. Worley 


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Claudia Green 
Bostwick, Ga. 




Merrill W. Harder 
Hartwell, Ga. 



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D\VAIN C. FlTZPATRII K 

Gi't < nsboro, Gt orgia 

Vice-President oj Junior ('lux 

Keith England 

Atlanta, Ga. 

St crt tary oj Junior < 'lass 

, T EANETTE Al.l.KN 

(7. i.'i land, Ga 

Treasurer <>f Junior < 'la: - 
Barbara Saxon 
Gn i nsboro, Ga. 




Sponsor of Junior t 'las 
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Eatonton, Ga. 



Thom \s A. Akin 


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Harold T. Babb 


Estanollee, 


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Eugene Paris Bagw ell 


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James Brooks Butterworth 


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George V. Chandler Toccoa, Ga, 

Charles E. Chick ... .... Monroe, '>'</. 

Leona Clack .... Dawsonville, Ga. 

James R. Clay Leesburg,Ga\ 

Carl E. Cosper . ...... Gainesville, Ga. 

Harry C Crews Albany, Ga. 

George J. Crowe . Chattanooga, Tenni 

Fred Hubert Darden. Jr. Bluffton, Ga. 

William H. Davidson. Jr. Fort Valley, Ga. 

Harhy Q. Davis, Jr Covington, Ga. 

William L. deYane Albany, Ga. 

Jo Karnest Atlanta, Ga. 

Harrison Keith England ... Atlanta, Ga. 

Thomas N. Epps Crawford, Ga. 

Dwain C. Fitzpatrick ... Grt < nsboro, Ga. 

John W. Forrest , Pasadena, Texas 

Mrs. Helen Gailey ... Dahlonega, Ga. 

Mary Lois Garrett Ellijay, Ga. 

Thomas P. Garrett, Jr. .... Elberion, Ga. 

Malcolm A. Gibbs . . ... Rutledge, Ga. 

John W. Grindle . . ... Dahlonega, Ga. 

Helen Jeanette Burley Suches, Ga. 

John H. Haddock, .Ik. .... Cuthbert, Ga. 
Jane Hatcher Griffin, Ga. 

Frank P. Harmon Clearwater, Flo. 

Bob Harper . . Hart well, Ga. 

Benson W. Hayxes . . ... Clermont, Ga. 
Alice Constance Hersey Savannah, Ga. 



Hugh T. Henderson Brook*, Ga. 

Buford Hue Dalton, Ga. 

Clifton Holbrook . Cornelia, Ga. 

James A. Ivey Oglethorpe, Ga 

Joel Jackson ... Cuthbert, Ga. 

Joe ('. James ... AvondaU Estate, Ga. 

Charles 1). Jeffries Rome, Ga. 

James Witt Johnson Gainesville, Ga. 

Betty Jones Dahlonega, Ga. 

Johnny Wilburn Kelley . Fayetteville, Ga. 

Rachel Kelley' . Dawsonville, Ga. 

Heel H. Keown Canton. Ga. 

Charles N. King Rome, (!n. 

Nancy Kingery Gordon, Ga. 

Frank L. Layton . Cartersville, Ga. 
Ben S. Malcom . . Monroe, Ga. 

Sarah Jo Matthews .... Atlanta, Ga. 

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Walter J. McEver .... Moultrie, (in. 

Robert L. McClure .... Acworth, (in. 

L. C. McRae . . . Ml. Vernon, Cn. 

Joan Mkrritt Douglasville, (in. 

Allen P. Miegee. Jr. Atlanta, (In. 

Martha Louise Mills Gainesville, Ga 

Lawrence M. Nash Philomath, (In. 

Robert E. Nelson, Jr. . Eatonton, (in. 

Ira I''.. New, Jr . . Adel, (In. 

Dave Lindsay Parmer . Columbus, Ga. 

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Mrs. Mildred Pinyan - Atlanta, Ga: 

Benjamin H. Purcell Clarkesville, Ga. 

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Jimmie Rearden Monticello, Ga. 

Evelyn Riden Bostwick, Ga. 

Barbara Saxon Greensboro, Ga. 

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L. R. Sewell Birmingham, Ala 

Frances Simmons Statesboro, Ga. 

Bob Shout iV( ifltoji, Ga 

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Clayton 0. Spann Richland, Ga. 

B. Grice Spivey ... Quit inn a. Ga 
Kohkut IV Strickland Tarpon Springs, Fla 

^^^k Thomas (I. Tankeksley East Point. Ga. 

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Mary Joe Thompson Dawsonville, Ga 

Rachael Thornton Elbi rton, Ga 

Frank 15. Wall. Jr. Omaha, Ga. 

Dorothy Jam: Wimpy Dahlonega, Ga. 

Charles E. Wright . Summerville, Ga. 

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Alice Hersey . Savannah, Ga. 

Marcus Martin Young Harris, Ga. 

Guy Kenneth Parkerton Dahlonega, Ga. 

James Ponder Dahlonega, Ga. 

Lee R. Sewell Birmingham, Ala. 

I u e Townes Aragon, Ga. 

Frank Wall. Jr. Omaha, Ga. 

Paul Hampton West Acworth, Ga. 

Thomas Flournoy Columbus, Ga. 

Amanda Whitfield . Jasper, Ga. 






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Dahlom ga, 


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Arthur Campbell, Jr. 


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Thomas Lowe Ci.mii 


Atlanta. 


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Helen Gurley 


Sucht s, 


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Mark Ham 


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W. Julian Harley. 


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Sane Adams 


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Mary An m: Adams 


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Shirley Allen 


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Ben C. Amick 


Columbus, 


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Jack Anthony 


Dahlont ga, 


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Thomson 


Ga 


Robert A. Bates 


Mi ansvillt . 


Ga 


Hal S. Beazlei 


Madison, 


Ga 


1'vi Bell 




Ga 


.Ii 1.1 \N L. BlLLINGSLEY 


Tallahasst < , 


Flu 


Robert M Blasingame 


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Ga 


Don Rkou n 


Elberton, 


Ga 


John S. Brumley 


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Ga 


Bri nix B. Burkh vlteb 


( 'laxton, 


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iioi Callahan 


Rupt il. 


Ga 


Clay Camp 


Windt i . 


Ga 


111 1 .I.N ( 'arm [CHAEL 


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Ga 


William B. Chafin 


Washington, 


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James R. Clifton 


Albany, 


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Clarence H ( 'oi.i.ikk. Jr. 


Midvill, . 


Ga 


James M Cook 


Wrightsvillt . 


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Jack Coubtenatt ... Gainesville, Ga. 

C. L. Craig ... Madison, Ga. 

Alva E. Crow ... Camilla, Ga. 

Fred C. Davis .... Albany, Ga. 

Glenn H. Davis . . . Spring Place, Ga. 

Bill Dean ... Conyers, Ga. 

John R. DeJarnette ... . . Norcross, Ga. 

Joseph L. Dobson Rockmart, Ga. 

Hill J. Dover Ellijay, Ga. 

William L. Drake Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Ella Mae Duvall Eton, Ga. 

Jerry Easterlinc Hinesville, Ga. 

Ernest Eberhardt Hinesville, Ga. 

Elizabeth Ellis Alpharetta, Ga. 

Charles England ... . . Rome, (In. 

Henry E. Ethridge . . . . Hart well, Ga. 

W. Ferrell Gray ... . . Thomasviile, Ga. 

George Finley Routon . Manchester, Ga. 

Burges Fite ... .... Dahlonega. Ga. 

Charles Fitts Dahlonega, Ga. 

Gordon S. Fleming Madison, Ga. 

William D. Ford Monroe, Ga. 

William A. Fowler Thomaston, Ga. 

B. Frank Pim Atlanta, Ga. 

Albert E. French . . Rossville, Ga. 

Kathryn L. Gordon . Newnan, Ga. 

Marion Graham Atlanta, Ga. 

Ai.vin W. Granade . . Conyers, Ga. 

Bess Gudger Ellijay, Ga. 

Allan W. Gurley . . .... Dahlonega, Ga. 

Mrs. Betty Hall . . . Sandy Springs, Ga. 

Katherine Hallman ... Eatonton, Ga. 

George G. Harris Point Peter, Ga. 

Juanita Harris ,U nkinsburg, Ga. 

M \ry Julia Harville Alto, Ga. 

Hezekiah K. Heath, Jr. . . Homerville, Ga. 

James D. Hicks . . Adel, Ga. 

William J. Hinson, Jr. . . . Claxton, Ga. 

James H. Hogg . Ellaville, Ga. 

John C. Holmes Columbus, Ga. 

William D. Holt . . Adairsville, Ga. 

George W. Hohne Albany, Ga. 

Floyd R. Hohton Atlanta, Ga. 

William Daniel Hughes Adel, Ga. 

Sara Humphries Forest Park, Ga. 



Frank Earl Hurst Camilla, (in. 

Carl William James Dalton, Ga. 

Charlenk Johnson Gainesville, da. 

Paul L. Johnson Gainesville, Ga. 

S. Terry Jones . . Chatsworth, Ga. 

Janet Kino . ... Dallam ga, Ga. 

Charles E. Kirk ... .... Monroe, Ga. 

Maklin V. Law ... ... Atlanta, Ga. 

Bobby J. Lewis Calhoun, Ga. 

J. C. LlFSEY, Jr h'oini . Ga. 

Gilbert Martin . Cartersville, (la. 

Walter C. McGahee . Covington, Ga. 

Jack I.. Meadors Covington, Ga. 

Erwin C. Merck. Jr. ... Gainesville, Ga. 

Lewis J. Miers, Jr. . Powder Springs, <ta. 

George E. Mills Gainesville, Ga. 

Betty Jean Mitchell . Duluth, Ga. 

William E. Moobe . West Point, Ga. 

Julius T. Morgan . . Lithonia, Ga. 

Alice Oglesby ... . . 11 ail well, Ga. 

Howard R. Park. Jr . . Ideal, Ga. 

Sam H. Parris .... .... Epworth, Ga. 

John Parris Epworth, Ga. 

Daniel Pattillo Lithonia, Ga. 

Myron G. Peterson Albany, Ga. 

Beth Phillips Canon, Ga. 

Earl F. Phillips . Hinesville, Ga. 

Annette J. Pittman Woodbury, Ga. 

Virgil S. Price .... ... Atlanta, Ga. 

Joe D. Pullian Toccoa, Ga. 

John R. Randolph Winder, Ga. 

Claybourn R. Rhinehart Home, Ga. 

Nosma Joyce Rhodes Crawjordville, Ga. 

Bern ice L. Roberts . Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Maurice H. Rogers . Pelham, Ga. 

BlLLIE M. ROSSEH Manilla, Ga. 

Seldon Brown Atlanta. Ga. 

Rex Shelton Hartwell, Ga. 

Clarence Q. Shoue . Alto, Ga. 

Francis M.Sibley . . ... Decatur, Ga. 

John S. Simmons. Jr. . . . Eatonton, Ga. 

John A. Simms ... . . Dahlonega, Ga. 

Max Faulkner Smith . Colli ge Park, Ga 

Billy Smith Buford,Ga. 

Robert A. Stephens . . Maysvilh . Ga. 



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Alex Stewart 
Wii.i.i wi i ) Stew vur 
Thomas X. Stovall 
Leila Strickland 

Joe P. Surls, Jr. 
Frank (!. Tallant 
Dorothy Lucille Tanksley 
Bill Tate 
Barbara Tilley' . 



Maysvilli . 

Albany, 

Shannon, 

Danii Isvillt . 

Woodbury, 

East Point, 

A I Inn In, 

Alto, 

Bishop, 

Blut Ridge, 



William C. Tippins Claxlon, 

George B. Tutwiler Atlanta, 

Carol Vandiver Jefferson, 

John L. Watkins, Jh. . . Thomaston, 

Katherine Walraven Calhoun, 

Clayton E. West Graymont, 

Andruel J. Wetherington Li mix. 

Jack S. YYhitwokth Toccoa, 

Mary Ruth Willis Chicopee, 

Hobert Wilson . . Dalton, 

James Wooddy Albany, 

Kenneth K. Woods . Newington, 

Ralph D.Woods Swainsboro, 

W. M. Woods Swainsboro, 

Jack L. Zuker Atlanta, 



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Hi n.i \min Adams 
Mrs. W. B. Adams 
Devi i a Ernest Bailey 
Norris Seldon Brown 

( rERALDINE BRUI E 

Willi \m Hugh Bi rk 
Eber Collins, Jr. 
.1 wn.s Ken mi ii ( !ox 
< !r \w i o:in B. Enw ards 
James West Elliott 
Ruth Garren 
Betty Doris ( ln.m. \tii 
N vi ii wi Luther ( ;inn 
George David ( low der 
Rich mid E \kl II \tt\w \y 
Rich \ud Hdw in Hanker 
ROBI III il MlI'l.K 

.! vmks Terry Hi ki 
II \ki;i Ural Jackson 
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Joel S. .1 vckson 
Jack Leslie Jessup 

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Amhurst, Ga. 
Dalton, Ga. 
Juno, Ga. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Dawsonvillt . Ga. 
Romi . Ga 
Gaini sville, Ga. 
Canton, (in 
Macon, Ga 
Dahlonega, Ga. 
Calhoun, Ga. 

1 in irsnn rilli . (in. 
I 'm Ii rsvilll . (in. 

Gaini svilli . Ga. 

Atlanta, (in. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

l)i wyrost . (in. 

Cumming, Ga 

( 'uthbi 1 1 . Cn. 

Dahloni ga, < in 

Cuthbt rt, Ga. 

Smith villi . Ga. 

(Jail mini, (in 



Augustus B. Jones III. 
Joddie L. Kenny- 
Betty J. Lipscomb 
James Minter 
Bobbie Martin 
Bebby Joe Xew.man 
Robert Overstreet 
Charles Parrish 
Walter H. Peacock 
Chaki.es Redmond 
Robert Rice 
Julian Rikard 
George Routon 
Thomas Rutherford 
Clayton Spann . 
H. W. Stewart 
Frank Thrasher 
Mara Todd 
Max Watson 
Evelyn Walls 
Wayne Welch 
I Iorsey Wilban ks 
Victor Williams 



Quitman, Ga. 

Greensboro, Ga. 

Dahlonega, Gn. 

I n man, Ga. 

Young Harris, Ga. 

I'i mbroke, Ga. 

Graymont, Ga. 

Thomaston, Ga. 

Thomaston, Ga. 

Gaini svilh . Ga. 

Augusta, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Manchestt r, Ga. 

Austell, Ga. 

. Atlanta, Ga. 

. Atlanta, Ga. 

Gaini svilh . Ga. 

Sum. (in 

Gaim svilli . (in 

Cummings, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

1>i mini st, Ga. 

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I'll .-.III. lit 

Jackie Pri n i 
GainesvilU . Ga. 

1 iri -1\ i 'till lit 

( ieorge \\ . Brooks h irk 
Madison. Ga. 



Si i'i. lory 

John S. Clemen rs 

i'aldosta, Ga. 



Tn asuri r 

Robert S. Stoui 

McRai . Ga 



l.'l III ,l]\l MERSON 

Thomaston, Ga. 





Helen ( Iilbeht 

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James Howard Abram, Jr. Lithonia, Ga. 

Barnett J. Allison Gainesville, Ga. 

Glenn Anderson Jasper, Ga. 

How Mm W. Andrews Thomasvilli . Ga. 

James Cecil Andrews Dahlonega. Ga. 

Jean Arthur Arnold Duluth, Ga. 

John Arnold, Jr. Albany, Ga. 

Rebecca Arnold . . Lilburn, I'm. 

Charles L. Banks Lakeland, <!n 

Clarence Rat Barron . Griffin, Ga. 

Charles Rotce Baktlett Fort Valley, Ga. 

\i Tin u M Bennett, Jr. Cony( rs, Ga. 

W Lam \k Boozer Atlanta, Ga. 

Joan \k Booth Harlwt II. Ga 

Melvin ('. Bowers, Jr. Canon, Ga. 

Robert M. Boyd Pint Laki . Ga 

Alston Botle Goyton, (In. 

( 'i.iti. E. Bradlei Chatsworlh, Ga. 

Joyce J. Brooks . Gumming, (In 



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Robert S. Brisendine . Conyers, Ga. 

George W. Brookshire Madison, Ga. 

Morris R. Brown Bowman, Ga. 

Miriam Brown . . Hartwell, Ga. 

Walter Brown Canon, Ga. 

Robert J. Bullington McRae, Ga. 

Betty Jo Bullock . . Danit Uville, Ga. 
Vivian Jean Burden Hartwell, Ga. 

John F. Burkhalter Claxton, Ga. 

Joyce Burnette .... ... Monroe, Ga. 

Robert G. Burton, Jr. ... Monroe, Ga. 

Lois Cain .... ... Clermont, Ga. 

Shirlinc Caldwell Atlanta, Ga. 

Phillip D. Callaway . Glennville, Ga. 

Charles V. Campbell, Jh. Hartwell. (in. 

Gertrude Cantrell ... . . Dahlonega, Ga. 

James Albert Carder Lithonia, Ga. 

William H. Carswell Quitman, Ga. 

Elizabeth Chadwick ... Jasper, Ga. 

Eddie Chambers .... Gainesville, Ga. 

Clyde L. Chapman .... . . Ludowici, Ga. 

Henry Lamar Clark . . Meansville, Ga. 

Thomas Clark Toccoa, Ga. 

John 8. Clements, Jr. Valdosta, Ga. 

Fred Eugene Cox . . Atlanta, Ga. 

Dwight L. Craig Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Barbara Crenshaw Norcross, Ga. 

Hugh C. Cunningham . . Arlington, Ga. 

Clifford A. Davis . . ... Cairo, Ga. 

Jerry Davis . . Bujord. Ga. 

Thomas L. Davis, Jh . . Shannon, Ga. 

Wheeler Davidson Lithonia. Ga. 

Dorothy Alice deJarnette Mueon, Ga. 

Ann DeLong Atlanta, Ga. 

Mildred Bruce Dickey Eatonton, Ga. 

Eleanor E. Doster ... . . Camilla, Ga. 

Robert J. Douglas Griffin, Ga. 

Al N. Downs . . Conyers, Ga. 

Jane DuPree Gainesville, Ga. 

Richard H. Eaves Elbcrton, Ga. 

J. D. Edge Dahlonega, Ga. 

Bill Edwards Dalton, Ga. 

John William Edwards Cairo, Ga. 

William 0. Epps Crawford, Ga. 



James E. Ethridge Hartwell, Ga. 

James E. Faircloth . Cairo, Ga. 

Elizabeth Falkenbubg Clarkston, Ga. 

Bvrt Fargason . Ruberta, (in. 

Robert F. Fennell . Gainesville, Ga. 

Franklin Findi.ev Tucker, Ga. 

Arthur Fort Lumpkin, Ga. 

Thomas 0. Fowler Woodstock, Ga. 

Jane Anne Gailey Clermont, Ga. 

Charles S.Gaines Elberlon, Ga. 

George Dewey Gassett Thomaston, Ga. 
Hugh Gay Garfield, Ga. 

Collier B. Gladdin East Point, (in. 

Fred Kenneth Gordon Cordele, Ga. 

Martha L. Grant Cornelia, Ga. 

Ruth Gregory Suches, On. 

Bernard Griffith Enigma, Ga. 

Dan Hardage Marit tin. Ga. 

Bernice Harbin .... . . Dawsonville, Ga. 

Henry R. Hall. Jb Hahira, Go. 

James M. Hall Sylvester, Ga. 

Charles H. Hammond Elberton, Gn. 

Leonard A. Hampton Commerce, Ga. 

Bobby Jack Harris Thomaston, (in. 

Daniel B. Harrison Albany, Ga. 

Patricia Harrison Cummmg, Ga. 

Laymon W. Hattaway . . . Clarkston, Ga. 

Wallace C. Henderson Minim, Ga. 

Bobby E. Hewell Elberton, Gn. 

Leonard O. Hinton Dacula, Ga. 

Eleanor Louise Hitch Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Barnard Y. Holwell Quitman, Ga. 

Joann E. Hughes . ... Gainesville, Ga. 

Mary Doe Hunt . . . . Calhoun, Ga. 

Carlyle A. Irby Fort Valley, Ga. 

Karl V. Johanson . Elberton, Ga. 

Richard Johnson Decatur, Ga. 

Bill Jones Elberton, (in. 

Edwin Jones Claxton, Ga. 

James T. Jones ... Chatsworth, Ga. 

Joseph B. Jones. Jr. . MidvUle, (in. 

Wii.lene Jones Gainesville, (in. 

Boyd L. Jordan Hartwell, Ga. 

Elmer C. Keeffe Nashville, (in. 



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James Ki.i.n III 


Dublin, 


(In 


Robert W. Kklley 


Atlanta, 


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Kiiu is A. Kersey 


McRae, 


(In 


Karolyn Kimbroi ch 


Mini, In, 


In, 


Charles C '. King 


Griffin 


(In 


.1 \MKS K. K NICHT 


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(in 


T. Powell Lang, Jk. 


Smith i srill, . 


C,l 


Barbara Langley 


Lawrenci nil' . 


(In 


( ' 1 (OTSON LlNGOLD 


<in i nsboro, 


Ga 


William .1. Livsey 


( 'lui l.'slim . 


Ga 


Betty Ann Looper 


Dawson villt . 


Ga 


HlLLIARD L. LOTT 


. Hoschton 


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Phelaon Lowe 


Furl \ alley 


(In 


Gene Lowry 


Lawn ncevilh , 


(In 


Clyde Lunsford, .In. 


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David A. Lyle, Jr. 


Crawl ordtwille, 


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Thomas W. Manis Subligna, (In. 

Eldon Mansfield . . Albany, Gn. 

Talmadge C. Martin Album/. (In. 

Ed Massey . . Barnesvillt . Gal 

Ranell Mathis ... Ellijmj. (In. 

Ruby Lynn Mauldin . . Commerce, (In. 

Sue Jane Mealor Commerce, (In. 

James M. Means, Jk. Zebulon, (In. 

Gene Meeks . . Alio, im 

James A. McClure ... Ellijay, (In. 

George E. McDonald Thomaston, (In. 

Saka Jo McGarity Dawsonvilh . On. 

Allen A. McClean . McRae, (In. 

D. Murphy McRae . . McRae, Ga. 

Sam Miller Dublin. (In. 

James M. Mize Boyston, Ga. 

James E. Moore Buena Vista, (In. 

Ted Moiiki-: Gainesville, (In. 

Morrison Moore Frogtown, (In. 

Walter J. Mohan Albany. (In. 

Evelyn Joyce Mote . . . . Acworth, (In. 

]•'. Stewart Myers, Jr. Decatur, Gn. 

Hazel E. Niblack ... lefierson, (In. 

Roscoe C. Nicholson . . Clayton, Ga. 

Ben Northcutt Marit tta, (In 

William Jack Oxford Rutledge, (In. 

Betty Jane Palmer Dahlonega, Ga. 

James Edward Palmer .... Gainesville, (In. 



Makv Ann Paradise bincolnton, (in 
Lucy N. Paris • Cedartown, Ga. 

Y.uw \hii Parks II I Gairu svilli , Ga. 

,Io An n Parris Epioorth, Ga. 

Hki i.ui Patterson Cumming, (in. 

.InAwi-; Patterson Tijtoti, Ga. 

Gilbert W. Pavlovsky Norfolk, \ r a. 

Edwin II. Pedrick Quitman, (In. 

Ch Mil. ii. 1.. Perdue D< mini . Ga. 

Billy Perrin Clarkston, (in. 

Marion Perry Brinson, Cm. 

Sheiterd Phillips, .Ik. LaGrangi . Ga. 

Tom mi II Pimm uv Tale, (in. 

,Idii\ Porter Cordi le, (in. 

Frankh-: Patricia Power Marietta, Ga. 

Eharles C. Pritchett . . . Alto, Ga. 

Jackie Pruitt Gainesville, (in. 

berald W. Pryoh Fitzgerald, (in. 

Edward \Y. Pickett Gainesville, Ga. 

Eharles B. Purcell Hull Ground, (in. 

Marian Rainey Decatur, Ga. 

Akmiih H. Reece Ilium . (In. 

.1 ick Reed Gainesvillt . Ga. 

I.i:i.\Mi ('. H i.w Gainesville, Ga. 

Eugene I). Rex Toccoa, (In 

Peggy Ann Rhodes Tignall, Ga. 

Benjamin Rogers Claxton, Ga. 

Wiixiam H. Rogers Gainesville, Ga. 

Charles T. Ruark Bostwick, Ga. 

Don Sargent Decatur, Ga. 

Miin. Ernestine A. Satterfield Gainesville, On. 

.1. (1 Seaboldt, Jr. Dahlonega, Ga. 

Preston L. Sessions, Jh Valdosta, Ga. 

Sam Shei'pard Albany, Ga. 

Joyce Shirley Bowersvillc, (in 

John II. Shugaht Calhoun, (In. 

James K. Shurley . Thomaston, Ga. 

David Patrick Sims Stratham, Ga. 

Earl (!. Sims Valdosta, (In. 

William IV Sims . Conyers, (in. 

(,'iiu ni i;v .1. Singleton Mayport, Fin 

Hl'I.KTT B. SlNNAHl) RoSSVille, (ill. 

Marguerite Slaton Dawsonville, (in. 

Peggy Ann Smelley hula, (in. 




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Arthur E. Smith Macon, Gd 

Barbara Smith Bujonl. Gai 

Billil Joan Smith Bainbridge, Ga\ 

Ed Smith, Jr. Atlanta, (in. 



Francis M. Smith 
Guelda Smith . 
II Micii.i) A. Smith 



( 'laxton, (in. 
Commerce, Gal 

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Jack C. Smith McRae, Gai 



Ralph H. Smith 
Fbrle Snell 
John William Snow 
Bill Vernon Spivey 



1 'li i muni , Ga. 

Snellville, Ga. 

Windt r, Ga. 

.Quitman, Ga 



Louis Stahi, Moultrie, Ga. 

Alice Staton Gainesville, Ga. 

James H. Stephens ... . . Loganvillt . Gai 

Joe K. .Stephenson ... Summerville, Ga. 

/Robert S. Stout McRae, Ga. 

Paul Stringer ... ... Dahlonega, Ga. 

Jack Sullivan Valdosta, Ga. 

Rebecca Tallant Cumming, Ga\ 

Joyce Tanner LaGrangc. Ga. 

Edna E. Tatum Gainesville, Ga. 

Luke Teague . Jasper, Ga. 

Lucy Thomas Gainesville, Gai 



Jack \V. Thompson- 
James P. Thompson 
Anne Thompson . 
Donald Threlkeld 



Thomasville, Ga. 
Washington, Ga. 
DawsonvilU . Gal 

. Albany, Ga. 



John Thurston Cedartown, Ga. 

Elsie Irene Todd ... ..... Sarah, Ga. 

Luther B. Travis . . East Paint. Ga. 

Betty Anne Trippe . . . . Maysville, Ga. 

Louise Todd* ... Suches, Ga. 

Betty Tucker .... Gainesville, (la. 

Jessie Turnipseed Coggins, Ga. 

Anna Van Horn Alto, Ga. 

Billy Van Pelt Rome, Ga. 

Glenn E. Walls Baldwin, Ga. - 
Elizabeth Walker Alpharetta, Ga. 
Wayne Walker* Cairo. Ga. 

Richard Ware Gainesville, Ga. 

Mary Lois Watson Mobile, Ala. 

William C. Wells Adel, Ga. 

Macie Lorene Wehunt Dahlonega, Ga. 



Not pictured. 



Catherine West Orlando, Fla. 

George M| Welchel Cordele, Ga. 

Jerky White , Winder, Ga. 

Leila M. White ... . Danielsvilli . Ga. 

Brevard S. Williams, Jr. . . Atlanta, Ga. 

Emily Wimpy . Dahlonega, Ga. 

Betty Winter ... .... Atlanta, Ga. 

W. H. Wofkord . Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Gwynelle R. Wood .... Commerce, Ga. 

Curtiss E. Wynn .... . . Thomson, Ga. 

Jesse L. Yaden Marietta, Ga. 

William J. Yaw Mara tin. (In. 




l^icttires 

Lloyd Flournoy Baker Omega, Ga. 

James Timothy Bales Dublin, Ga. 

Jewell Smith Barnett dimming, Ga. 

William Earl Beck .... Cartersville, Ga. 

Virgil Walter Bennett Atlanta, Ga. 

Frank Benson Quitman, Ga. 

Edward Cecil Boyd Dahlonega, Ga. 

Larry - Keith Bramblett .... Lawrenceville, Ga. 
Talmadge Edward Brannon .... Stalesboro, Ga. 

William Weldon Brannon, Jr Cordele, Ga. 

John Maddox Bridges Brinson, Ga. 

Max Durell Briley Martin, Ga. 

John Stark Brumbley .... Sanjord, Ga. 

Charles Ray Bullock Danielsville, Ga. 

Cyril Bruce Cain Auburn, (in. 

Ernest Lamar Cato Gainesville, (in. 

Thomas Stephens Cheek, Jr. . Homer, Ga. 

Harold Xewton Coker Hampton, Ga. 



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James Frank Coker, Jr. . Gainesville, (In. 

John Thomas Coleman Dillard, (in. 

Grady Watson Cook Alto, (in. 

Walter Ray Cooper Gainesville, (in 

Marvin Kenneth Copeland . . Atlanta, (in. 

William Calvin Culpepper . Toecoa, (in. 

Marvin Blaine Doster Athi ns, Ga. 

Daniel M. Edge, Jr Macon, Ga. 

Dy'er D. Edwards Jackson, (in. 

James Edward Giles . . ... Romi . (in. 

Jack Ross Godfrey McCaysville, (in. 

Jack Lewis Greene . Hull Ground, (in. 

William O. Harris . Gainesville, Ga. 

James D. Hicks Adil. Ga. 

Jack Ellis Hilton Homi r, (in. 

William J. Hinson Claxton, (in 

George Archie Howard . Sylvania, Ga. 

Ralph W. Holwell ... Atlanta, (in. 



Victok H 1 1 1 h n i \ -n\ ( 'olumbu ' ?o 

Samuei Jackson Dahlonega, Ga. 

Album H. .I\\m:\. Jr. Elberlon, Ga. 

II Mini n Jones Madison, Ga. 

Thom as E. Kingeri Gordon, Ga. 

I'm i. ( '. Know i.ks Ashbum, Ga. 

William Lackland Albany, Ga. 

Barbara Ann I.wm.ia Lawrenceville, Ga 

Charles M. Lathem Griffin, Ga. 

Hiivt M Lock Ellijay, (in. 

Betty Ann Looper Dawsonville, Go 

Russell McBride Albany, (in. 

Billie Joe McDaniel Rossville, Ga 

Ben McDonald Greensboro, Cn. 

[one McDonald Dahlonega, Ga. 

James Clifton McDonald Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Bobby Rae McLendon .... Atlanta, Ga. 

HriiH Thomas Malcolm Monroe, C<i. 

Thomas I. Malone, .Ik. . Brunswick, Ga. 

James Merritt Cumming, Ga. 

James T. Milxer Gainesville, Ga 

W, Dean Montgomery Chamblce, Ga. 

Robert S. North .... . Ashbum, Ga. 

Claude N"i innally Griffin, Ga. 
Alice Oglesby . .... Hartwell, Ga 

Charles Edwin Parks Dahlonega, Ga. 

John N. P arris Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Robert I.. Peacock Ashbum, Ga. 

My-ron C. Peterson Albany, Cn 

James Harry Pierce . Chamblee, Cn 

l'.i \.i wiin F. I'im Atlanta, Ga. 

William T. Point Woodstock, Ga 

(.mi:,, i, W.Pope ... . Cedartown, Ga. 

John Barry Porter Cordele, Ga. 



Joseph Rimes 

\\ ii i.i wi IV Satterfield 
I 1 \ri, < I Mii.wii Seals 
Horace Seymour 
Henri Shan ah an 
Clarence Shore 
George Short 
Francis M. Sibley 

Tiiom \s F. SlGMAN 
Lloi ii I 1 '. Smith 
1''. \u\. ( '. Snell 
.1 wii:s 1". Spencer 
Thoma.- Stevenson 

WlNFRED StOWERS 

Charles F. Strickland 
William r I". Syfan 
Frank ( 1. Tallant . 
Dorothy Tanksley . 
Hugh Davis Thomas 
Harvey A. Thurmond 
Sam Perry Trapnell 
James Weathers 
Bri ce Welch 
Billy B. White 
Rohkkt C Wiley 
Robert S. Willi \m. .In. 
Roi CE C Williams 
Thomas C. Williams 
Hobert Ray Wilson 
Archie C Wimpy 
Robert Lor is Withers 
Jenene Hix Whitlow 
( If.nk M. Woodward 
Richard C. Wi sum; 



Brunswick, Ga 
Dahlont ga, Ga. 

OOpt tilth. ( in 

Bowman, (itt. 

Dahlont ga, Ga. 

. Alto, Ga. 

Clarkcsville, Ga. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Social Circlt . < in. 

Gaini svilh . Ga 

Snellvillt . Ga. 

Xt w Holland, Ga. 

< 'urn mi at . Ga. 

Dahlont ga, Ga. 

< inint svillt . (in. 
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Atlanta, Ga. 
Alto, Ga. 
Way cross, Ga. 
Roswell, Ga. 
Dublin, Cn 
Albany, Ga. 
Columbus, (in 
. Lithonia, Ga 
Sparta, Ga. 

W'lntlt t, (in. 

Lawrenceville, Ga. 

( 'It nilmtl . (in 

Rocky Ftirt . Ga. 
Dahlonega, Ga 

Atlanta, (in. 

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Colonel Francis E. Gillette 
Infantry 
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Captain Robert M. Arn 

Cavalry 

Asst. PMS&T 





M Sgt. C. J. Eller 
Asst. Instructor 



M Sgt. T. .1. Gripfin S<;t. 1st ('lass William DavisSgt. 1st Class John H. Kerr Sgt. Joseph M. O'Donnell 
Asst. Instructor Supply Administration Administration 




Front row: Col. Gillette, Maj. Hiott, Capt. Arn. 
linrl; row: Sgts. O'Donnell. Kerr, Griefin. 




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Thomas D. Cobb 
Major, USAF 
I 'ommandant 



John \V. Fobri - 1 

1st Lieut. Prcht. Inf. (ret.) 

Assistant to tin Commandant 



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Brooke 
Gailey 

Stewart 



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Kelley 
Yackuboskey 




Mks. C. M. Wilkj 
Staff Sponsor 



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Lt. Colonel E. F. Wilkie 
Major G. J. Crowe 
Captain M. L. Chalker 
Captain M. E. King 
Captain B. C. Di Rant 
Captain T. N. Epps 
2nd Lieut. J. W. Grindle 



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Battalion Sponsor 






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Battalion S-l 
Battalion S-2 
Battalion S-S 
Battalion S-4 
Battalion Asst. S' t 




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Sponsor 

Miss MABISE BASSETT 

Foi't Valley, Georgia 



Captain \Y. H. Davidson 

1st Lieut. C. E. Chick 
2nd Lieut. B. G. Spivey 
2nd Lieut. R. B. Strickland 
Sgt. A. W. Granade 
Sgt. G. W. Pavlovsky 



I'xintl < 'ommander 
Executive Officer 



First Sergeant 
Platoon Sergeant 



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l . I Squad 

Sgt. H ('. Johnson 

E. D. Rex 

G. Pope 

R. M. Blasingame 

P. L. Sessions 

J. H. Pierce 

F M. Sibley 

B. V. Spivey 

W. H. Met; mm i 

W. ( '. Culpepper 

Cpl. C. B. England 



-?/»/ Squad 

Not. H. K. England 
W. B. Chafin 
J. D. Hicks 
R. J. Douglas 
S. P. Trapnell 
G. E. McDonald 

J. T. MlLNER 

J. S. Brumbley 
F. T. Benson 
H. R. Johnson 
Cpl. W. S. Lackland 



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3rd Squad 

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Clark 

Eaves 

Fargason 

Hammond 

Jones 
Lowe 
Lunsfobd 
Purcell 
Xi n nally 



C H. 

Cpl. W. T. Dean 



;/// Squad 

Sgt. ( '. H. Fitts 
W. L. Brown 
J. K. Cox 

B. B. Fin: 
H. R. Hall 
R. J. Lewis 
R. D. Sargent 
W. B. Sims 

J. Paris 

C. E. Kirk 
Cpl. J. Cook 




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Captain R. S. Mayne 
1st Lt. N. S. Kexdrick 
2nd Lt. R. Y. Brinson 
2nd Lt. J. R. (lav 
2nd Lt. J. F. Reardex 
Sgt, P. B. Bussey 
Pvt. D. Edwards 



( 'ompany ( 'ommander 

Executive Officer 

Platoon Leader 

Platoon Leader 

Platoon Leader 

First Sergeant 

Guidon Bearer 




Sponsor 

Miss Mildred Houto> 

East Point. Goorgia 



FIRST PLATOON 



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Lt, R. Y. Brinson 

Sgt. M. A. Gibbs 

Sgt. R. H. Settle 

1st Squad 

Sgt. D. E. Pinyan 
H. W. Stewart 
W. R. Van Pelt 
.7. (). Rimes 
L. B. Travis 
W. L. Boozer 
( !pl. L. L. Zuker 

■-'ml Squad 

Sot. A. L. Harry 
J. E. Massey 
G. W. Pryor 
W. E. Welch 
( ' E. Bradley 
J, R. Godfrey 
Cpl. F. H. Darden 



Platoon Leader 

. Platoon Si rgi ant 

. Platoon Guide 

Bnd Squad 

Sgt. C. H. Collier 

R, L. Peacock 

II. B. Siniard 

F. B. Wall 

W. E. Beck 

J. E. Giles 

Cpl. C. B. H hinehart 

'fth Squad 

Sgt. D. M. Roberts 

H. Jones 

A L. Hampton 

H. M. Perry 

W. D. Montgomery 

A. M. Bennett 

Cpl. S. 'I". Jones 



SECOND PLATDDIV 



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I.t. J. R. Clay 
Sgt. T. A. \mn 
Sgi A B. Hill 



1st Squad 

Sgt. J. 1{. H \\ -u 

H. Lott 

H. Gay 

L. ( 'n m'\i iii 

T. Jones 

Cpl. R. G. Martin 

.W Squad 
Sgt. .1. L. Billingsley 

H. M. Moore 
J. T. Bales 
T. Manis 
Cpl. R. A. Bates 



Platoon I.' adi r 

Platoon Si rgcant 

Platoon Guidi 



2nd Squad 
Sgt. A. W. Freni h 

C. W. .) WHS 
('. B. < rLADIN 

J. A Nelms 
Glenn Anderson 
Cpl. W. II. Btjrk 

ftfi Squad 
Sgt. C. I) Jeffries 

\\ '. J. Yaw 

A. T. Fort 

L. K. Bramblett 

C. S. Gaines 

( !pl J. I. Jessi p 



THIHD PLATOON 



I/r. J. F. Rearden 

3GT. .1. S. .1 kCKSON 

Sgt. W. W. Blackwell 

1st Squad 

Sgt. R. S. Williams 
R. S. Brisendine 
I). L. Craig 
C. T. Ruark 
M. B. Doster 
.1 W. Elliott 
E. .1. Jones 
Cpl. Rex Shelton 

3rd Squad 

Sgt. A. Stewart 

.1 W. Thompson 
S. II Phillips 
.1. T. Coleman 
H. A. Smith 
M. II. Rogers 

J. F. BURKHALTER 

Cpl. J. ('. I.iisi i 



Platoon Leader 
Platoon St rgeant 
Platoon (limit 

2nd Squad 

Sgt. I). M. Brown 
J. B. Porter 
T. L. Malone 

B. \V. NORTHCTJTT 

J. Easterling 

C. \\ . Campbell 
('. R. Barron 
Cpl. ( !. Ethridge 

;/// Squad 

Sgt. V. I). Willi wis 

('. C. Pritchett 
J. E. Ethridge 
.1 Davis 
.1. II. Shugart 

C. ('. Kin.; 

I'n. W. H. Smith 








Haddock 



Brooke 



Thrasher 



New 



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Pinholster 



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Captain J. H. Haddock, Jr. Company Commander 

1st Lt. S. R. Brooke Executive Officer 

2nd Lt. J. T. Thrasher Platoon Leader 

2nd Lt. I. E. New Platoon Leader 

2nd Lt. R. L. Greene . . . Platoon Leader 

Sgt. G. F. Pinholster First Sergeant 

Pvt. B. S. Williams . . Guidon Bearer 




Sponsor 
Mrs. John Haddock 
Dahlonega, Geoi gia 



FIRST PLATDDN 




Lt. J. T. Thrasher . 


Platoon Li mli r 


Sgt. O. H. Rogers . 


Pliitiioii Si ri/i ant 


Sgt. T. G. Tankersley 


Platoon Guidi 


1st Squad 


2nd Squint 


Sgt. R. L. McClure 


Sgt. .1. A. Ivev 


('. L. Perdue 


J. H. McElreath 


M. V. Law 


J. A. Carder 


J. T. Hurt 


E. P. Stringer 


E. R. Warf 


C F. Parks 


.1. D. Hardage 


B. .1. McDaniel 


Cpl. J. T Morgan 


Cpl. B. V. Rice 


3rd Squint 


',lll Sqiiml 


Sgt. E. K. Phillips 


Sgt. H. .1. Dover 


R. B. Short 


B. F. Pim 


T. 0. Fowler 


R. G. Burton 


B. S. Perrin 


.1. W. Rikard 


J. F. Merritt 


G. S. Fleming 


B. T. Moore 


P. D. Callaway 


Cpl. H. X. Coker 


Cpl. R. A. Stephens 



SECUIVD PLATDDIV 




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l.i 1. E. New, Jr. 

SCT. B. II. PuRCELL 

Sgt. ('. L. Craig 

1st Squad 

Sgt. G. E. Mills 

T. II. l'mi.Y.wv 
T. \V. Davis 
H. S. North 
L. (). Hinton 
B. R. McLendon 
('. L. Banks 
A. B. Smith 

3rd Squad 

Sgt. E. E. Collins 
H. L. Clark 
W. J. Stowers 
J. A. SIMMS 
W. I). Holt 
R. M. Boyd 
Cpl. J. H. Hogg 



Platoon Leader 
Platoon Sergeant 

Pltltlinn (illicit 



2nd Squad 

Sgt. I. S. McLeod 

< I. E. Walls 
.1. E. Hilton 

II Sll \N Ml IS 

T. S. Cheek 
W. E. Meeks 
Cpl. C Q. Shore 



',th Squad 

Sgt. J. D. Anthony 

.1. B. Jones 

B. O. Griffith 

L. \V. Hattaway 

W. T. Poor 

L. E. Cato 

Cpl. W. D. Hughes 



THIRD PLATD0IV 



Lt. R. L. Greene 
Sgt. G. B. Titwiler 
3ct. R. L. Harper 

tsi Squad 
Sgt. M. G. Peterson 

B. .1. Harris 

E. G. Sims 
C A. Ihhy 

.1. A. McClure 

U. S. Stout 

Cpl. G. I). < low der 

Sgt. ('. E. COSPER 

F. (i. TALLANT 

B, .1. Sri. i. iv \s 
D. M. Edge 
J. S. Clements 
Cpl. E. W. Pickett 



Platoon Leadi r 

Platoon Sergi ant 

Platoon Guide 



•2ml Squad 
Sgt. D. D. Quii.i.i \N 

J. R. Thurston 
R. H. Mathis 
G. D. Gassett 
A. A. Mi Lew 
Cpl. H. K. Heath 



iili Squad 
Sgt. C. J. .1 \ mis 

J. C. Smith 
W. J. Livsey 
H. M. Lock 
IX M. McRae 
P. G. Seals 
II. L. Thurmond 
Cpl. E. ( '. Merck 






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( Al'TAIX L. J. MlEES 

1st Lt. N. Rumble 
2d Lt. W. L. deVane 
2d Lt. L. A. Morris 
2d Lt. G. V. Chandler 
Sgt. C. W. Holbrook 
Pvt. N. Brown 



Company Commandi r 

Executive Officer 

Platoon Leader 

Platoon Leader 

Platoon Leader 

First Sergeant 

Guidon Bearer 



Hi ill nook 




Mrs. Lewis .1. Miers, Sr. 

Sponsor 

Powder Springs. Ga. 



FIRST PLATOON 











Lt. W. L. deVane 


Platoon L< adi i 


Sgt. C. Camp 


Platoon Si rgi anl 


Sgt. D. Palmer 


Platoon Guidt 


1st Squad 


Jml Squad 


Sgt. C. ( ). Spann 


Sgt. W. E. Moore 


D. P. Sims 


V. H. Hutchison 


S. A. Miller 


H. R. Park 


F. L. Layton 


B. L. Welch 


K W. Kelley 


E. L. Mansfield 


11 C. CuNNINGB Wl 


F. C. Davis 


( !pl. J. L. W'ooiinv 


Cpl. W. J. Hinson 


3rd Squad 


4ih Squad 


Sgt. S. Parris 


Sgt. R. W. McBridk 


B. Jordan 


E. C. Keeffe 


J. Edwards 


C. A. Davis 


E, Smith 


T. C. Martin 


J. OXFOSD 


A. H. Reece 


Cpl. H. Beazley 


J. L. Greene 




Cpl. G. H. Dams 



SECOND PLATDDIY 







l.r. L. A Morris 
Sot. .1 S Si m mons 

SGT ( !. Knw Mllis 



Zs( Squad 
Sot. II Babb 
F. Cox 
S. Shepfahd 
(' K Bartlett 
E. Pedrick 

B. Howell 
CiM,. II, ( Irews 

3rd S(/nad 
Sot. 15. Haynes 
H. K. Seymoi k 
W. ('. Henderson 

C. D. Lingold 
M. Bow ers 

\Y. 0. Stewart 
Cpl. K. Kingery 



Platoon l.i mli i 
Platoon Si rgt mil 

I'liitiinii Guidi 



2nd Squad 
Sc;t. R. ( 'ill icin 

I.. Arnold 
B. I.. Withers 
R. Hanner 
D. Threlkeld 
T. Lang 
Cpl. J. .1 vckson 

.//A Squad 
Sgt. L. Bartlett 
J. Thompson 
B. A. Boyle 
H. Weathers 
T. Syfan 
W. Carswell 
Cpl. (i. Horne 



THIRD PLATOON 



Lt. G. V. ( !handler 
Sgt. R. Nelson 

S(IT. H. M U.COI.M 



Platoon Li mli i 

Platoon Sergeant 

Platoon Guidi 






lxl Squad 
Sgt. H. Abernathy 
M. Brown 
H. Wiley 
I). Harrison 
.1. Knight 
M. Briley 
( !pl. T. Stevenson 

.Uil Squad 
Sgt. \'. S. Price 

R. .1 I'.l LLINGTON 

I''. Snell 

F. Gordon 

K. Hewell 

R. Williams 

Cpl. H. I.. Wilson 



2nd Squad 
Sgt. L. C. McRae 
W. .1. Mohan 
(1. Welchel 

D. Lyle 

R. C. Wysong 

J. Hall 

Cpl. .1. Holmes 

'flli Squad 
Sot. B. Malcolm 
J. MlZE 

E. C. Snell 
D. Pattillo 

IV .1. Xkwman 

.1 Faircloth 

W, Ford 

Cpl. .1. (1. Minter 



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Captain J. W. Kelly Company Command< r 

1st Lt. L. N. Cain . . Executive Officer 

2nd Lt. W. A. Fowler . . Platoon Leader 

2nd Lt. M. O'Dillon .... Platoon Leader 

2nd Lt. R. G. Arthur Platoon Leader 

Sgt. G. P. Short . First Sergeant 

Pvt. H. W. Andrews Guidon Bearer 





SponsoY 
Mrs. M. K. Lewis 
Hapeville, Georgia 



FIRST PLATOON 




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Lt. W. A. Fowler 
Sgt. L. M. Xash . 

SclT. J. P. SURLS 



Platoon Li adi r 

Platoon St rgt ant 

Platoon Guidt 



1st Squad 

Sgt. B. V. Allison 
F. T. Thrasher 
F. R. Horton 
R. M. Smith 
S. Howell 
Cpl. P. H. West 

3rd Squad 

Sgt. W. F. Gray 
J. L. Keen 
B. L. McDonald 
T. E. Brannen 
F. M. .Smith 
Cpl. J. C. Andrews 



2nd Squad 

Sgt. \V. L. Drake 

E. B. Rogers 

R. ('. Nicholson 

.1 A. White 

W. Tippins 

Cpl. G. G. Harris 

'fth Squad 

Sgt. C. N. King 
C. F. Strickland 
R. Fennell 
B. H. Amick 
Cpl. J. L. Watkins 



SECOND PLATOON 




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Lt. M. L. O'Dillon 
Sgt. 1'. L. Job nson 
Sgt. W. H. 1'i.ai ikk 

1st Squad 
Sgt. ( ' E. Parrish 

II .1 Amuam 
J, L. Meadows 
E. H. Chambers, Jr. 
.1. C. Prickett 

J. ('. ( !0URTENAY 

Cpl. L. F. Baker 

3rd Squad 

Sgt. W. B. Tate 

W. (J. Reed 

W. R. Cooper 

P. C. Knowles 

W. W. Brannon 

C. M. Lath em 

T. J. Pruitt 

Cpl. O. H. Stephens 



. Platoon I.i adi r 

Platoon Sergeant 

Platoon Guide 

ind Squad 
Sgt. A. E. Crow 

W. ( ). Harris 
W. A. Rogers 
.1. E. Palmer 
J. F. Spencer 
L. C. Rew 
L. F. Smith 
Cpl. J. S. Whitworth 
4th Squad 

Sgt. W. X. Bennett 
J. E. Moore 

A. X. Downs 
\V. M. Edwards 

B. B. White 

W. W . Davidson 

(I A. Howard 

E. T. Parks 

Cpl. A. J. Wetherington 



TOIRD PLATOON 



Lt. R. G. Arthur 
Sgt. S. Caldwell 
Sot. T. L. Henley 
Sgt. E. Lowky 



1st Squad 

Sgt. H. H. Kkov \ 
J. H. Stephens 
K. R. Woods 
K M. Copeland 
('. R. Bullock 
Cpl. J I.. Meadors 

Si d Squad 

Sot. E. M. Eberhardt 

R. Langham 
('. Wynn 
( ;. M. Woodward 
C'im.. J. D. Pulliam 



Platoon Li adi r 

Platoon Sergeant 

Honorary Platoon St rgt ant 

Platoon Guidi 



ind Squad 

Sgt. F. E. Hurst 
J. L. Burt 
R. Callahan 

J. W. Snow 

J. L. Yaden 

( !pl. '1". R. Rutherford 

;/// Squad 

Sgt. J. M. Means 

C. B. Cain 

L. H. Stahl 

M. F. Smith 

H. F. Findley 

Cpl. B. B. Burkhalter 








N. GA. COLLEGE ROTC CAMR FT BENNING. GA. J948 



Li jl Id right — Front row: Fowler, Short, King. Akin. Mayne, Halliday, (J'Dillon, Rumble, Harris, Patureau, Chick, Rogers, J. 

Second row: David, Miers, French, Parris, Ivey, Allison. Nelson. DuRant, Gowder, Grindle, Pinholster, Haddock. Rogers, O. 

Third row: Epps, Harris, M., Wasserstein, Purcell, Yonge, Tankersley, Andrews. Boyd, Perkins, Gore, Miles. New. Fourth 

row: Cam. Brinson, Mills, Roberts, Simmons, Billingsley, Harper, Peacock. Parkins, Pinyan, Arthur. 



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( Iene Chick 



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Jo Ernest 
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Miss N.G.C. 

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. Dewey Gassett, Barbara S.ixnx, Preston Sessions 

Fred Gordon, "Corky - " Cain 

Rachel Thornton, Pat Heel, Julia Hakviee. Annette Pittman, 

Carolyn Tow nes, Evelyne Ellis, Sammi Johnston 

W. I) Booth, II II Gilbert 





Lt. and Mrs. MoitRlS Twin:: 
Sponsors 



FORENSIC 
SENATE 














sV 



W. E. Clark 
Din ctor oj Fun nsics 



SENIOR SENATORS 



Dr. J. C. Rogers 

Honorary St nator 

( leorgia 




John Y iCKU! oskey 


Katherine Hallman 


Fred Allen 


Presidt nl 


Presidt nl 


Presidt nl Pro Ton 


Maryland 


Florida 


Louisiana 




The Forensic Senate is a very active and effec- 
tive organization for debaters. During the last 
year of intercollegiate forensic competition, the 
Forensic Senate achieved the following results: 
First place in the TKA Debate Tournament at 
( )le Miss, first place in the Georgia Intercollegiate 
Debate Tournament, fourth place (both men's 
and women's teams) in the Glendy Burke Centen- 
nial Tournament at Tulane University, and tie 
for fourth place in the Millsaps College 
Invitational Tournament. In the last 
three and one-half years of intercollegi- 
ate competition, the Forensic Senate has 
maintained the enviable record of win- 
ning 61 out of 93 decision debates with 
debaters of outstanding colleges and 
universities of the nation. 



Irene .'on \-o\ 

.S. null Whip 

North Carolina 



Robert Short 

Sgt.-at-Arms - Tri asuri r 

Georgia 



Barbara Saxon 

Clerk 

Virginia 



JUNIOR SENATORS 



PROBATIONARY MEMBERS 




John Brooke 
Georgia 



Jeanette Allen 
Maryland 



Charles Jeffries 
Virginia 



Robert Clifton 
Florida 

No picture: 
Paul Seals 

Louisiana 



Clifford Davis 
Norl h Carolina 



Fred Gordon 
Florida 



Buck Yaden 

Texas 



Jim m n: Stephens 
Kentucky 




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Robekt Short 
Pri sidt nl 



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( rILBERT MARTIN 

Via -Presidt nl 




Jeannbtte Allen 
Secretary-Treasurer 




Mrs. K. B. Short 
Sponsor 




Mrs. J. C. Sirmons 
Din ctor 



Adams. Jane 
Allen, Shirley 
Arnold, Jean 
Arnold, Rebecca 
Beazely, Hal 
Booth, JoAnne 
Brown, Miriam 
Brookshire, Bill 
Btjrnette, Joyce 
Cain, Addie 
Carmichael, Helen 
Cb vfin, Bill 
Cook, Jimmy 
DeJarnette, Dot 
Downs, Al 
DuPree, Jane 
England, Keith 
Ellis, Evelyn 
I'.i'is, Thomas 



MEMBERS 

Epps. William 
Falkenberg, Elizabeth 
Fitts, Charles 
Gailey, Jane 
Hallman. Kathy 
Harvil, Julia 
Hersey, Alice 
Hitch. Louise 
Ivey, James 
Jones, Bennett 
Jones, Betty 
Jones. W'ilene 
Kimbrotjgh, Karolyn 
Lane. Al 
Layton, Frank 
Martin. Gilbert 
Merritt, Joan 
Mills. Martha 
( >verstreet, robert 
Palmer, Betty 



Paradise. Ltjcinda 
Parris. JoAnn 
Pitt man, Annette 
Purcell, Charles 
Pi rcell, Patrk'i \ 
Quillian. Dan 
Sandlin, Carolyn 
Sargent, Don- 
Saxon, Barbara 
Shirley. Joyce 
Slaton, Marguerite 
Smelly. Peggy* 
Staton, Alice 
Tanner, Joyce 
Thomas, I.i i j 

Thompson, Ann 
Tutwiler, George 
\\ u ker, Elizabeth 
Wehunt, Macie 







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\ I > Martin 
Assistant Dirt ctor 



A Sri in from "Blythe Spirit" 





Mrs. A. B. Hill 

Sponso) 

Dalton. < in 



PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

CLUB 




** 




£k 



W. H. Groves 
Advist r 




Btjford Hill 
I'ii sidi nl 



Hakold Chandler 
Vict -l'n sideni 



Laurence Nash 
Si rn tary-Trt asurt r 



Left in milil. front iutc: Nash, Johnston, Crenshaw, Lane, Harben, Smith, Butterworth, Lee. 
Back row: Groves, Brown, Ivey, Malcolm. Gibbs, Hill, Pinholster, Chandler. McEver, Gailey, Davis. 




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PM-HELLEMC COIMIL 




Harold Chaxdluh 
Presidi nt 



Sherrod Smith 
N .-, ,{■ Treas. 




M \kv Willis 

Sponsor 
Chicopee, Ga. 



Thom \* ( 1 VILEY 

Mi mhi i 



Clifton EIolbkook 

Mi in In /■ 








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Clai Camp 

Vict -I'n sidt nl 



TOM ( i VRRETT 

Mi nihir 



( 'mine/I members and dates nl Pan-Hellenic danct 



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REX 
FRATERNITY 



Sponsor 

Eloise ( 'in. HI UN 






Harold Chandler 

I'll Sllll III 



Jack L. Russell 
Adviser 



The Rex Fraternity, one of the traditional organizations at North Georgia Col- 
lege, was organized in 1917 and is the oldest fraternity now on the campus. 




Sherhou Smith 


Tom 


Gailey 


John 


R. 


\NDOLPH 


T 


HOMAS 


Epps 


T 


HERON 


White 


Joe Thrasher 


1st V.-Presidi nt 


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■/'/( sidi nt 


Si cretary- 


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ri usurer 




Chap 


lain 


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fi/i mil 


-at-Arms 


Publicity ( 'hairman 




BUSSEI 




Cannon- 






Chick 






Clifton 






Crow 




Akin 


Henderson 




Hill 






Hurst 






Lowry 






Major 


Davis 


11 IYNES 


Moore 




McLeod 






Palmer 






Rumble 






Settle 


Meigel 


Mills 


Shelton 




Stovall 






Tankerslei 






Wall 






Wright 


Sewell 



"1. m ai 




PLEDGES 




.Imi\ E. Brooke 
President 




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Brabson 
James 



Brown 

JoHNSON 



Chalker 
Peterson 



Warren Cagle 
Vice-President 





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I ins M.u Roberts 
Si cri tai //-'/ Vi asurt r 



JlilJ 





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Craig 

B. Smith 



Harmon 

H. Smith 



Holmes 
Stewart 



Hogg 

Tate 



THE BIG DUESTIUN 





SIGMA 
THETA 



Mahth \ ( 11: i i \ 
Sponsor 




Sigma Theta has lung contributed to the social and recreational program of North 
Georgia College. It lias a deep place in the recreational history of the college. 





Clay Camp 
President 



Tom Garret 
Via -Presidi ul 




V. L. Craig 

Si Cn I'll <l 



Howard Park 

'I'ri asun r 



Don mi: Brom S 
Si ,<;« ant-at-Arms 



.John Haddoi k 

Clm plain 




iTKieKI.WIl 



Rogers 



Dun 



Hall 




Anthony 

( liiiN mii: 

McH us 



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F. Davis 
Hbwell 
Meadors 



Stephens 



G. Davis 
HlNSON 

Kkahdon 



( IlKBS 

holbrook 
Shirley 



PLEDGES 



Bill II IKS II IKK BRUMLEY 



CHAI'M IN C'l N.\ INCH \\l 



Davis 



I linn 



A££ &££ 



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JOHANSON EtOUTON 



West 



Zl ki.i; 




Mrs T. E. Stephens 
Sponsor 



HDME 

ECONOMICS 

CLUB 




Miss Bessie Freeman 
Advisi r 




thy Stephens Annette P 


ITTMAN 


Helen Gailey 


Charlene 


Johnson 


President Vice-President 


Secretary 


Treasun t 


Ercie Adams 




Annette Pittman 






Joanne Booth 




Joyce Rhodes 




J) 


Miriam Brown- 




Peggy Rhodes 




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Vivian Burden 




Frances Simmons 




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Eleanor Doster 




Joyce Shirley 




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Ella Mae Duvall 




Dorothy Stephens 




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Elizabeth Ellis 




Alice Staton 




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Helen Gailey 




Dorothy Tanksley 




Wnr\(\ 


Helen Gurley 




Edna Tatum 




grih 


Betty Hall 




Lucy Thomas 




Charlene Johnson 




Pearl Todd 
Catherine West 






Anne Kling 








Mary Willis 









Nancy Kim.kki 
Queen of the Harvest Festival 



A h a jur new members. 



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Y \i K.UBOSKEY, Sponsoi 



FUTURE 

TEACHERS 

DRGAHIZATIDIV 




Dr. Orbv Southard 
Adviser 




Robert S Mayne 
Prt sident 



Thomas C. Gailey 
Vict -I'n sident 



Helen Gailey 
Si cretary 



Oliver H. Rogers 
'In asuri ( 



White 
Woods 
( !agle 



Earnest 

butterworth 

Riden 



A. Cms 
Yackuboskey 

Stephens 
Forrest 



L. Cain 

Thornton 

Niblack 



Allen 
Chalker 
Grindle 




GENERALS 




Pianist: 
Preston Bussey 

Saxophones: 

Kenneth ( 'ox 
Keith England 
Charles England 
Kaui. Johanson 
Richard Johnson 

/ tr a ins: 
Bud Moore 



Trumpets: 

Jimmy Cook 
Bill David.son 
Robert Strickland 



Tromborn 

Richard V.w i 
Axvin Gran vdk 

( iRICE SPI\ i i 



Bass FiddU : 

.l< hi \ P. Kim 





\ kNCi Sue Smith 




Sponsor 








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^^k 


A Wbt. 



PHYSICS 
CLUB 










C. A. Yager 
Advisi r 




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Keith Elrod 
Pn sidt nl 



John L. Kki.lev 
Vice-President 



Frank P. Harmon 
Si cri /'//;/ 



Abernathy 

Edwards 



Babb 

( creen 



J. Brooke 

Henderson 



S. Brooke 
James 



Crews 
Johnson 



Davidson 
Kendrick 




Purcell 



GLEE ELUB 









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CAMILLUS J. DlSMUKES 

1)ik rtor 



W. Desmond Booth 
AssociaU Director 




Sopranos 

Mary Lois Watson 
Joyce Shirley 
Joanne Booth 
Vivian Burden 
Shirley Allen 
Licy Paris II 
Kathryn Walraven 
Rebecca Tallent 
Joyce Mote 
JoAnn Paris 
Kathryn Gordan 
Leila Strickland 



Elizabeth Walker 
Mary Hunt 
Jane DuPree 
Martha Grant 
Helen Gailey 
Lois Cain 
Marian Rainet 
Alice Staton 

Altos 

Barbara Langlet 
Jean Arnold 
Christine Davis II 



Jane Hatcher 1 1 
Dot deJarnette 
Annette Pittman 
Addie ( '\i\ 
Elizabeth Falkenburc 

Tenors 

Bob Blasingame 
Hugh Malcolm 
Dewey ( rASSETT 
Charles Fitts 
Leonard Hampton 
Sam Miller 



Preston Sessions 

T. E. KlNliERV 

Joel Jackson 
Robert Bullington 
Hal Beasley 
Frank Benson 

John Watkins 
James Cook 

Bin ilimi 8 

Henry Hall 

J whs II ILL 
E. D. Ware 



W. B. Chafin 
Kenneth Cox 

Bassi s 
Fred Lee 

A M. Bennett 
MELVIN How ins 

Tom ( ; utRETi 
( Sene Welch 
\l I low ni;s 
Billy Horni: 
Am n Stewart 
\\ ii i,i \m Culpepper 
Hex Shelton 




Ml^- \l .11 I I )o\ll\ l\ 

Sponsor 
Wadley, Ga. 



REC 
COUNCIL 




Mi^ Lura Evans 
Faculty Advist r 




Al Lane 

I'n sident 




Ann DeLong 
Vict -I'n xidt al 





Pat Bell 

,Si i-ii lii, y 



Betty Winters 
Tii asurt r 




.1 \Ni: H VTCHER 

Hi porlt i 



COUNCIL MEMBERS . . . CAPTAINS 







.K1I.A STRICKLAND 



Elizabeth Seymour 



( 'mi in a King 



Mary Beth Perry 





M Miv Willis 



Beth Mitchell 





Barbara Smith 



HIPPDLYTAIVS 




,1.11. \ BTRICK] \\ li 

( 'aplain 





M \m Willis 
< ' n-( 'aptain 



Ruth Strickland 
Sponsor 




Mary Anne Adams 
Jeanette An wis 
Beth Bruce 
Joyce Burnett 
Eloise Cogburn 
Bruce Dickey 
.1 \s i: DuPree 
.In Earnest 

KatHRI S ( iORDON 

Bernice Harben 



Mary Ruth Jones 

LuCINDA PARABISE 

Mary Paradise 
Lucy Paris 
Beth Phillips 
Annette Pittm *\ 
FRANCES Simmons 
Marcarite Slaton 
Alice Staton 



I >< ► i Stephens 
Rebecca Tallant 
l.i i i Thomas 

M \HY .1(1 TlHIM PSON 

l.ni isk Todd 
Elsie Todd 
Anna Van Born 
Elizabeth Walker 

K \Tlll.UI\i; W kLRAVI N 

Mari Lois W imi\ 



MERCUREMS 




Elizabeth Seymour 
Captain 





Betty Mitchell 
Co-Captain 



Mrs. D. E. Setmoub 
Sponsor 

Marietta, Ga. 




Shirley Allen 
Jane Adams 
Pat Bell 
Joanne Booth 
Vivian Burden- 
Mary Louise Clary 
Dot deJarnette 
Elizabeth Ellis 
Evelyne Ellis 



Helen Gailey 
Ruth Gregory 
Alice Hersey 
Betty Tucker 
Leona Clack 
Joanne Hughes 
Willene Jones 
Nancy Kingery 
Martha Mills 



Hazel Niblack 
Marian Rainey 
Joyce Rhodes 
Joyce Shirley 
Peggy Smelley 
Edna Tatum 
Anne Thompson 
Betty Ann Tripp 
Joan Paris 



PHI DMICRDIVS 




Claudia King 

Captain 










Ml. 




Barbara Saxon 
Co-Captain 



Mrs. S. A. King 

Sponsor 
White Plains, Ga. 




Becky Arnold 
Bernice Brady 
Joyce Brook- 
Elizabeth Chadwick 
Christine Davis 
Eleanor Doster 
Ella Mae Duvall 
Elizabeth Forester 
Ruth Garren 
Martha Grant 



Helen Gurley 
Pat Harrison 
Louise Hitch 
Mary Hunt 
Anne Kling 
Karoline Kimbrough 
Sarah Jo Matthews 
Joyce Mote 
Alice Oglesby 



Beulaii Patterson 
Joanne Patterson 
Peggy Anne Rhodes 
Evelyn Riden 
Joan Smith 
Rachel Thornton 
Barbara Tilley 
Jessie Tcrnipseed 
( 'ahol Vandiver 
( ' vi herine West 




TMHLYTAIVS 




Mart Beth Perry 
Captain 




Barbara Smith 
C<>-< 'aptain 



Mrs. Howard Perry 
Sponsor 




Jean Arnold 
Miriam Brown 
Bettv Jo Bullock 
Lois Cain 
Helen Carmichael 
Barbara Crensh \\\ 
Ann DeLong 
Marian Graham 
Bess ( Ihaham 
Bess Gtjdger 



Juanita Harris 
Julia Harvill 
Kathv Hallm w 
Sara Humphries 
Irene Johnson 
Barbara Langley 
Ruby Lynn Mauldin 
Si e J \nk Mealor 
Joan Merritt 
Sara Mc( Iarity 



Patricia Power 
Bernice Roberts 
Guelda Smith 
Margaret White 
Ruth Whitfield 
Betty Winters 

( rWENELLE Wool) 

Jane Hatcher 
.Ini ce Tanner 
Janet King 




''red Darden 
Pn sidi nt 



SCIENCE CLUB 





Dr. H. B. Forrester 
Advist r 




Jimmy Clay 
1 i&e-Pn stdent 



Julia Harvell 
Seen tary-Tri asurt r 



.1 \m: H itcher 
Program ( 'hairman 



J. C. McRae 

I'll ilium i ii I n riii ii 



Julian Billingsley 
Bill Blackwell 
Wesley Brower 
Preston Bussey 
Bill Cannon 
George Chandler 
Christine Davis 
Louis Day 
Jo Earnest 



Ferrell Cray 
Harold Hall 
Woe ford Harley 
Joel Jackson 
Charles Jefferies 
He\vell Keown 
Claudia King 
Janet Kino 



Bill Lackland 
Sarah Jo Matthews 
George Mills 
Martha Mills 
Mary Beth Perry 
Lucinda Paradise 
Carolyn Sandlin 
Elizabeth Seymour 
Max Smith 





Y. M. C. A. 



YWVCA 



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Charles England 
Religious Emphasis Speakt > 



Dr. H. B. Forester 
Advisi ! 




George V. Chandler 
I'n sident 



Robert Blasingame 
Vice-President 



Jack Anthony 
Secretary 




Nesbit Kendrick 

'I'ii us ii ii r 



Cabinet rvlemb 



embers 



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Clay 





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England 



Bates 



Mbley 



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Mks. Robert B. How k 
Sponsor 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Y. W. C. A 





Miss Alice I >onovan 
Adviser 




Eloise Cogburn 
President 



Pat Bell 
1 ice-President 




Jane Hatcher 
Secretary 



Leila Strickland 

'/'I'liisuri T 



We, the members of the Young Women's Christian Association, unite in the 
desire to realize a full and creative life. 

We determine to have a pari in making this life possible for all people. 

In this task we seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him. 



Smel 



Kling 



Mathews 
Seymour 



Dosler 
de Jarnette 



Bruce 





Mrs. 1 ). T. I' iradise 

Sponsor 

Lincolnton, Ga. 



SAIVFDRD 
HALL 





Mis* Alice Doxow 
Advist r 



Lucinda Paradise 

I'n siili ni 




CAROL'S S TOWNES 
1 "in -l'n sidt ill 




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Annette Pittm \.\ 
St crt /in ii 



, 




Beth Bruce 
'I' a asurer 











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IVDMDMMISSmiVED 

OFFICERS 

CLUB 



( |i i .i.i) \ Smith 
Sponsor 





Preston Btjssey 
President 








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Robert Clifton" 
Vice-President 



Not Pictured 

Walter H. Peacock 

Secretary 




George B. Tutwiler 
Tri a. m 



Benjamin H. Ptjrcell 
( 'haplain 



Virc.il S. Price 
Reporter 



Garland Pixholster 
Sergeant-at-Arms 



SERGEANTS 







Abernathy, Allison, Anthony, Babb, Bartlett, Bennett, Billingsley, Blackwell, Brown, Caldwell, Camp, Clifton, 
Collier, Collins, Craig, Crow, deJarnette, Dover, Drake. Eberhardt, Edwards, England. Fitts, Fowler. French. 
Gihbs. Granade, Gray, Harper. Harry, Haynes. Henley. Hill. Ivey, Jackson, James. Jeffries. Johnson. H., John- 
son, J., Johnson, P., Keown, King, Lowry, McBride, McClure, McLeod, McRae, Malcom, B., Malcom, H., Means, 
Mills. Moore. Nash, Nelson, Palmer, Parris, Parrish, Pavlovsky. Peterson. Pinyan, Quillian. Randolph, Roberts. 
Rogers. Settle, Shurley, Simmons, Spann, Stewart, Surls, Tankersley Ta.te, Williams. R., Williams, V., Wright. 



CDRPDRALS 



Andrews. Baker, Bates, Beasley, Bulk. Burkhalter, Coker. Cook, Cosper, Crews, Darden, Davis, Edge. Eng- 
land, Ethridge, Harris, Heath, Hinson, Hogg, Holmes, Home, Hughes, Jackson, Jessup, Jones. Kingery. Lackland. 
Lifsey, Martin, Merck, Minter, Morgan, Pulliam, Rhinehart, Rice, Rutherford, Shelton, Shore, Smith. A., 
Smith. W., Stephens, Stevenson, Wat kins. West, Wetherington. Whitworth, Wilson. Woody. Zuker. 








OFFICERS' CLUB 




Mrs. Charlie Wilk 
Sponsor 



Major T. D. Cobb 
Advis( r 




Edward F. Wilkie 
Presidi nt 



George J. Crowe 
Vice-President 



Eugene P. Bagwell 
Si cretary 



Robert S. Maine 
Treasurer 



Arthur 

( 'llALKER 

Davidson 



BATTALION OFFICERS 

Brinson Brooke. S. Cain- 
Chick Clay deVane 
Epps Fowler Greene 



('handler. G. 
DuRant 
Grindle 





Haddock 

Morris 



Kelley 

New 

Spivey 



Kkndrick 

O'DlLLON 

Strickland 









'A**L 








King 

Rearden 

Thrasher 



MlERS 

Rumble 



Allen- 
Davis 




HONORARY CAPTAINS 



Brabson 
Edwards 



Brooke. J. 
Gailey 



Brower 
Gardner 



Cagle 

Kelley 



Chandler 

McEveh 










Sandlin 



S IV WE 



Woods 



Y KJKl BOSKEY 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 




Members 



Officers 




BAPTIST STUDENT IMDN 




Mrs. B. E. Hatcher 

Sponsov 



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l)l( 1] B. FORESTER 

Advist r 



Rev. A. C. Johnson 
Pastor-Director 



The Baptist Student Union functions in and through the Baptist Church. 
seeking to promote spiritual development of students through Christian com- 
radeship. Its aim: To make Christianity collegiate; College life, Christian; 
student friendships, happy. 




Beth Bruce 

I'll Sll/l III 




Gilbert Martin 
Enlistment V.-Pn s. 



Jane Adams 
Si cri tary 




Thomas Epps 

7'ci a.iurcr 



Jane Hatcher 
Editor B.S.U. Papt 



Nell Woods 
B.T.I ' . h'< prt si iiiniivi 



Bill ( Irindle 
Sunday School 
B< pn si ntativt 



CAMERA CLUB 




First run:, lift in right: Billie Rosser, President; Jimmy Cook, Vice-President; Shirley Allen. 

Secretary-Treasurer. Second row: Bill Carswell, Bill Davidson, Don Sergeant, Dick Johnson, 

Kenneth Pox. Faculty Adviser, A. S. Johnson. 





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LETTERMAIV S ELUB 



Officers 



Tom Gailey 




Sherkod Smith 


Vice-President 


Harold Chandler 






Members 


Harold Chandler 


Seldon Brown 


Sherrod Smith 


Malcolm ( llBBS 


Theron White 


Thomas Gailey 


Virgil Price 


Brooks Nash 


1 iARLAND PlXIIOI.sTER 


Brooks Butterworth 






"Check " 



High fiy to center. 



Another picture for thi Cyclops? 




( 'onvt rsation whilt dancing. 




Duck, Lnvi rnt ' 




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Snug as a bug in a rug. 




Rachel pauses for refreshments. 



S-Q-U-l -i -:-i 






t 'In cks an in. 



Eight in the sidi pocket. 



IInlil tight — In n in go! 



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BASKET 







IN HOI.STKU 




H. Smith 



Chandler 




Bi>I lam ratr. left hi right: R. Smith. Jones, McDonald. 

Hughes. Spencer, Hattaway. 

Top row, It jt In right: Akin. Manager, Chandler, Gibbs, 

S. Smith, Mr. DeAngelo, Coach, Palmer. Pinholster, 

Gailey, Hinson. Assistant Managi r. 



Mil lONAI.I) 




Hughes 






Jonk: 



Spencer 



Hattaway 



BALL 




b 



1. NGC beats Atlanta 
Christian, Go -39. 



2. Smith tji Is opening 
tip-ojj as Cadets lust: 
In Georgia Teachers. 



3. In a thrilling game, NGC 
takes Oglethorpe, fi't-i'i 




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•I. Smith mills ii jree throw. 



."i Galley makes <• long xhot against Georgia Teachers. 



BASEBALL 







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Tun row, U\t In right: Cnach Cobb. Whiting. Lee. Pinholster, Anthony, 

Malcom, W. McEver, Coach Groves, Asst. Manager Horn. M.anager Nash. 

Bullion rim-, hit In right: Hale. Butterworth. McBride, Turner. Brown. 

Hood. Upchurch, V. McEver, Gailey, Chandler. 




Top lijt: The umpire says 
you are out, Budd. 

Tup right : Brown catchi s 
urn mi lln nose. 



I '< nter hjt : "Hap" slugs 
mil n hri.ii hit. 

Center right: The oppo- 
nent swings and misses. 



Bottom lejt: Upchurch 
goes alter a foul ball. 

Bottom right: How did 
this get in here? ? ? 



INTRAMURAL SPORTS 





Billy Moore connects with » fast 



Ledbetter slaps oni out »/ tin park, 




jl 



Watch that form!!! That's what counts!!! 



.1 beautiful day on tin limits court. 



Last year's intramural sports program was a 
huge success. Teams representing each company 
and teams from the band, staff, and non-military 
competed. There were successful tournaments in 
Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, 
Tennis, Table-Tennis, and Softball. 

After a "nip-and-tuek" battle all year. Com- 
pany "C" finally emerged over Company "D" as 
the winner of the Athletic Trophy. 




Tht beginning nj a mail srramhli . 



Price is carrii 'I across thi /ti Id by Dr. Andn wi and Dr. Hinson. 



FOOT 




"Bobo" goes wild around left < ml for dear old '"' Co. 



If ymi can't lacklt him, push him out of bounds, fellows. 




bomi body Jorgot in (-/» 



><l y wants tin ball. 




11" Co lost s on end run.as Masst n hunks throgh. 



They turned tin mhoh team lost on him. 



BALL 





A good way in lose <i finger. 



"Big" Jnliii makes sun Miegel gets then - 




En rybody got in front uj him. 



'J' In s< boys really lov( each other. 









Runs lih this are what mad( Randolph. 



( 'ospi i' almost gi ts away. 




COED SPORTS 











Oh! Such H beautiful day. 




"Butch" seems to b< in u spot. 



.Xici MJl ill hi r. huh ' .' 




Watch thost girls go!!! 



Sara -In didn't havt u chanci ff? 







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IV hu aa/i! tins is a Wien'$ irnr. 



The kickoff! .' 




>A 




] it'll inlt rt sting, i h , boys 



Al watches in disgust as Jean makes th< last out. 




Barm s II all . 



Campus 



Dur 




Band Hous< ■ 



Buildings 




Tin Auditorium and Dining Hall 



Many of the buildings shown on this 
page and the following pages were buill 
while Dr. .1. ('. Rogers was President of 
North Georgia College. A total of nine 
new buildings were built during his stay 
here. There are now 14 buildings on the 
campus. Thus, evidence points to the 
fact that one man was largely responsi- 
ble for the addition of more than 50 per 
cent of the campus buildings. 







Jb «*»■ 



P 



\i<it Infirmary. 





< 'OUCh I! mis, . 



The Business Administration Building. 




■ " « > i i ... 

■ « ss i t i t : :: 



- 




Tin lliimi Economic* Building. 




Sanford Hull -'I'li, Cm, Is' Dormitory. 




r 



\ • 




I'm; M, morial Building— Our Oldest Structurt . 




Sunday ('lunch Formation. 



< 'mil jinx }ii autii s. 



Professional Actors. 



V* '■ . — 





%&u~ 



NGC's Library. 



It't a strih 




Sumrru r ca tn p 




.1 partial vi( w of tin barracks. 





Tht Gym — veteran oj many a hard-fought battle. 



'Willi* " Grindh in action. 







Tin Administration Building. 




Christmas nt Sanjord Hull. 






I portion oj the crowd at the Thompson mlly lnsl summer. 




Miss "A. D." speaks at tht Senior Banquet. 



/>'. dtimi .' 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 



To all those who have made any contribution, whether major 
or minor, toward the publication of tins animal, we thank you for 
making possible this, another milestone in the history of North 
( leorgia College. 

Our thanks especially to Dr. Rogers, Mrs. Young, "Daddy" 
Barnes, and the parents of the Gold Star Veterans, without whose 
help such a publication would never have been possible. By no 
means is this a perfect edition, hut we do hope that you will 
place upon it the value which we had intended to create. 

— The Staff. 




Meet Me At 



GRIFFIN'S 



Fo 



SANDWICHES 



SODAS 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



TOILETRIES 



TOBACCOS 



and 



A Friendly Game of Pool 



A Hearty Welcome Awaits You 



"Where the best is always sola" 



R. A. GRIFFIN, JR., Proprietor 



C o m p I i m e n t s 

of the Student's 

FAVORITE HANGOUT 



THE NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 
STUDENT EXCHANGE 



THE CANTEEN" 

An Excellent Staff of Students 



The Center of the Campus 

Supplies for your every need 

Your Patronage Makes This Convenience Possible 

JACK ROBERTS, Manager 
DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



I> \ II I ONI i. A RECREATION 
CENTER 

Tommy and Hob Edwards 

Your Favorite Place to Eat and Play Billiards 

We are n o w serving 
FROSTED MALT 

Where N. G. C. Students are always welcome. 



DAHLONEGA 



GEORGIA 



RORERT Itl. MOORE 



Successor to John H. Moore & Son 



A COMPLETE LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE 



Friend of All North Georgia Students 



DAHLONEGA 



GEORGIA 



CASH AND CARRY CLEANERS 

C. H. Davis, Owner 

KHAKI AND WOOL TNI FORMS 
Our Specialty 

Adjacent to Front Campus 

DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



A 


Hearty 


IV 


'I come 


COLLEGE 

Short Orders and San 


INN 

Iwiches 
















Eat A Midnight 


Snack Open 


Til 12 


:()() 


E 


very 


N 


ite 












Tom Waller. Oi 


'iter 














Dahlonega 


















Geori 


I A 



Courtesy - - Efficiency - - Dependable Service 

The 
RANK OF DAHLONEGA 

"A Bank You Can Bank On" 



Member of F. D. I. C. 

Dahlonega Georgia 



CHAMBERS LUMBER COMPANY 




Building Supplies 


Millwork 




Telephone 602 


1125 South Main 


Street 


Gainesville 




Georgia 



FLOWERLAND FLORISTS, INC. 



Beautiful Flowers For Every Occasion 



Corsages 



Cut Flowers 



Phones 94 and 25 



Potted Plants 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Compliments of 

GEM JEWELRY COMPANY 

"Where Satisfaction Costs So Little" 

INTERNATIONAL SILVER KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS 

Nationally Advertised Watches 

On Spring Street Side of Square — Gainesville, Georgia 

1 13 N. Sage Street — Toccoa, Georgia 



AUTOMATIC GAS CO. of GAINESVILLE 



115 North Main Street 



Gainesville, Georgia 



Cookuuj 



Healing 



Complete Service with Butane and Propane Water Heating, Refrigeration 







w. 


L. 


PALMER GARAGE 
















W. L. Palmer 


Manager 










"\ 


our Friend 


5 CHRYSLER- 


PLYMOUTH Dea 


ler" 








Sales 






Parts 

Crosley Elei trit 


ippliances 


Service 






Da 


HLONEGA 










Phone 


6-6-2 


R 



JIMMIE HAYNES MOTORS 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 
S tiles S e r vice 

Parts anil Accessories 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

HENRY W. MOORE 



I )ahlonega 



leorgia 



SETTLE MOTOR CO. 


Incorporated 


Chrysler- Plymouth 


Genuine MOPAR Parts 


Sales Service 


Plume .WO 


Winder Georgia 



RED APPLE SUPER 




MARKET 




Fa no 


( Jroceries, Meats and I' 

Self-Service 
Phone 3-W 


ruits 


Dahlonega 




Georgia 



For the UNUSUAL in Flowers 

GAINESVILLE 
FLORIST 

"Home of Fine Flowers" 

IMS. Sycamore St. Phone 214 

Flowers Telegraphed Everywhere 
Gainesville Georgia 



To .ill Persons Entered in this .Innual We Wish 



MICH SUCCESS AND GOOD LUCK 



C o in p I i in e n I s 



of 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA 
TRAILWAYS 

Mrs. Fred Jones, Sr., Manager 

Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta __ 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 

Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville ...9:30 a.m. and 1 :30 p.m. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega __ —8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 

Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 12:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 




Dahlonega 



Georgia 



Vwe J^alute the 
L^omd of Cadets 



* 



/yacob (\eeds 




)on4 

1424 Chestnut St. Phila. 2, Pa. 

Manufacturers of 

U. S. OFFICERS UNIFORMS OF FINE QUA] I H 





Gainesville 




Venetian Blind Co. 




Mfg. of Flexalum Blinds 


R 


etail Wholesale 




Dealer in Chang-Ur-Copy Signs 


Ga 


inesville Georgia 



Queen City Poultry & 
Feed Co., Inc. 

R\v Whitmire, Pies. 



Poultry, Chicks and Supplies 
L.URO FEEDS 



1 17 Railroad Ave. 
Gainesville 



Phones 468-856 
Georgia 



Great Southern 
Band Instrument Co. 

Television - Radios - Pianos 



and Everything Musical 



Sides 
Gainesville 



Service 

Georgia 





SMITH 


CAFE 




Headquarters for 


till kuiJs of 




Sandwiches : : 


Plate Lunches 




Ice Cream 


Drinks 


Ph 


,ne 177. Booth 9134 


, Roosevelt Square 


Gainesville 


Georgia 



PARAGON CLEANERS 

Dry Cleaning 
Laundry 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Compliments of 

WARD'S 
FUNERAL HOME 

834 South Main Street 

Phone 479 

Gainesville Georgia 



Gainesville 




Lincoln-Mercury 


Co. 


738 South Main Street 




Phone 1340 




Gainesville 


Georgia 



DAVIS-WASHINGTON 
COMPANY 

Everything for lUiil/ling 



Phone 196 
Gainesville Georgia 



Don't Say Bread Say 

Al/iVT BETTY BREAD 

Small and Estes Bakery 
Gainesville Georgia 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

"Where Savings Are Greatest" 
Gainesville Georgia 



DALE ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Engineering and Contracting 

121 N. Alain Street Phone 23.? 1 

Gainesville Georgia 



GEORGE W. MOORE AND SONS 



High Grade Coal and Coke 



Gainesville Georgi \ 



R. L. Courtenay & Co. 




Jewelers 




♦ 




Gainesville Georgia 





PALMOIUS 



Wholesale ami Retail 

HARDWARE 



Phone 10 



Gainesville 



Georgia 







Pilgrim-Estes 








Furniture Co. 








Complete Home Furnishet 


.f 


Pianos 


Philco Radios Frigidaires 




Freezer Lockers Electric R; 


nges 


Gainesville 


Georgia 







RONALD 


>s 








D, 


stinctive Women 

it 
Phone 1570 


IV 


ear 




Gainesville 




Gee 


rgia 



PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 


Excellent Drug Department 


and 


Soda Fountain 


Gainesville Georgia 



Compliments 


of 


PARKS FEED STORE 


• 


Gainesville Georgia 



Friorson-McEvor Co. 



Quality Apparel for Men 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



DIANA SHOPS 



Ladies' Ready-to-wear 



2 South Main Street 



Gainesville 



Georgi 





WEST'S 






DRY CLEANERS 


Drj 


Cleaning 


Altering 




' See Our Student Am 


•/its" 




Phone 94 




Dah 


onega 


Georgia 



Ciompliments of 

SII %ISO\ JEWELRY 
COMPANY 

"on iht' square' 



Pahlonega 



( reorgia 



PALMER'S 

Service Station 

WOCO PEP AND TIOLENE OILS 
Tires and Accessories 

// ashing - Lubricating - Storage 

General Repairs 

Phone 10 
Dahlonega Georgia 



LIPSCOMR DRUG CO. 


"Everything 


A Good Driui Store 
"on the square 

♦ 


Carries 


I )ahlonega 




Georgia 



HOLLY 


THEATRE 


"We proud 


\ present the new 


HOLLA tc, 


the Students of N. 


G. C, for 


the best in enter- 


tainment." 




( 1 ood I'n ture 


- Reasonable Pru es 


1 )ahlonega 


Georgia 



Compliments of 

WOODY'S 
RARRER SHOP 



"on the square' 



I )ahlonega 



Georgia 



Stay Clean 


by 


using — 






AUTO-MAT LAUNDRY 


c. 


E. 


Couch 

Phone 


O per at or 

11 




I )ahlonega 








Georgia 





J. H. PHILLIPS 




•ano Groceries, Meats ami Fruits 




♦ 




Phone 29 


Da 


ilonega Georgia 



// ;/ /; </ r y ? 

If so visit — 

BUTLER'S 
RESTAURANT 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 





w. 


Hoyt Ledford 

Jeweler 






Ill N. Bradford Street 








& 








Phone 11% 




Gainesville 


Georgia 





Compliments of 




GAINESVILLE 




JEWELERS 




"The Store with the All-Glass 




Door, on the square ' 


Gainesville Georgia 



Martin- Johnson 
Furniture Co. 

Norge Home Appliances and Service 



"Quality Furniture 
for Quality Homes" 



Gainesville 



Georgi; 



NORTH GEORGIA 
SHOE SHOP 

"Quirk, Courteous Service" 

J. T. HiGCiNS, Prop. 
Dahlonega Georgi; 



MILLNER'S 

"The Style Center 

of 

Gainesville" 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



PETE TANKERSLEY 



Lunch Canute) 



Hot Sandwiches, Lunches and Drinks 



Gainesville 



Georgi 



Fresh Potato Chips 
and FRITOS 




DAHLONEGA CAFE 



Regular Dinners and Short Order: 



R. L. Ragan, Prop. 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



The Dahlonega 
NUGGET 

Quality Job PRINTING 
♦ 



Dahlonega 



OUR ADVERTISERS 



ARE OUR FRIENDS 




PATRONIZE 

THEM/ 



Geo. 


Moore Ice Cream 




Co., Inc. 




s 


4-56 Alabama St., S. 


W. 


Atlanta 




Georgia 



"It pa v s t o 
A d v e r t i s e " 



A Cordial Welcome Aicai 


Is 




at 








THE SMITH HOUSE 




/// //;,- Heart of the Blu 


e Ridge Mount 


a ins 




Excellent Home 


-Cooked Food 




Comfortable 


Lodgings 






Many Scenic . 


Ittractions 






Cane Creek Falls 


3 


M 


les 


Camp Wahsega 


1 > 


\\ 


les 


Woodys Gap 


14 


M 


les 


Yogel State Park 


26 


M 


les 


Calhoun Gold Mines.. 


5 


M 


les 


Neel's Gap 


21 


M 
M 


les 
les 


Lake Trahlyta 


26 




19 


M 


les 


Lake Winfield Scott. . . 


12 


Mi 


les 


i our 1 1 nst is 






W. B. Fry, Ownei 


and .Manag 


•r 




1 )ahlonega, 


( Jeorgia 






Write for reservations, oi 


call Telephone 9 


in. 




otoarapku ^svi ^Jkls 

l/leamook 
Conducted USi 



¥ 



G. E. GOOD, JR. 

Specialist in Yearbooh Photography 



Phone 346- J For Appointment WlXDER, GA. 



NEGATIVES OI\ FILE 




u-^yvn J^)tudio 

onroe, yjeoraia 




Phono 6451 Box 238 



C^namuinai bu 



BRADLEY & SONS 




ATLANTA 
GEORGIA 







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North Georgia College, 
Cyclops / 



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